Probability of Opioid Prescription Refilling After Surgery: Does Initial Prescription Dose Matter?

Conclusions: The probability of refilling prescription opioids after surgery was not correlated with initial prescription strength, suggesting surgeons could prescribe smaller prescriptions without influencing refill requests. Future research that examines the interplay between pain, substance abuse, and mental health could inform strategies to tailor opioid prescribing for patients.
Source: Annals of Surgery - Category: Surgery Tags: Original Articles Source Type: research

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