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Doctors Receiving Gifts from Pharma Companies Prescribing More Opioids, Says Study. Slide 1: www.prescriptiondrugabusehelpline.com Doctors Receiving Gifts from Pharma Companies Prescribing More Opioids Says Study The Hippocratic oath that doctors take before they dedicate their life to the noble profession of saving lives directs them to uphold specific ethical standards. Unfortunately though many are influenced by the likes of Big Pharma who could have a conflict of interest with the practitioners of medicine as their primary aim to expand their business is against the doctor’s – to treat.

With the opioid epidemic causing thousands of fatalities year after year a collusion between the medical fraternity and drug manufacturers is often blamed for it. Doctors have been questioned for prescribing opioid painkillers excessively even for the conditions that could be treated with alternatives. Slide 2: Doctors Receiving Gifts from Pharma Companies Prescribing More Opioids, Says Study. Doctors Receiving Gifts from Pharma Companies Prescribing More Opioids, Says Study. Opioids Increase the Risk of Prolonging Postoperative Pain, Claims Study. Doctors Receiving Gifts from Pharma Companies Prescribing More Opioids, Says Study.

The Hippocratic oath that doctors take before they dedicate their life to the noble profession of saving lives directs them to uphold specific ethical standards. Unfortunately, though, many are influenced by the likes of Big Pharma, who could have a conflict of interest with the practitioners of medicine, as their primary aim to expand their business is against the doctor’s — to treat. With the opioid epidemic causing thousands of fatalities year after year, a collusion between the medical fraternity and drug manufacturers is often blamed for it. Doctors have been questioned for prescribing opioid painkillers excessively even for the conditions that could be treated with alternatives. In a recent study by the Boston Medical Center’s Grayken Center it was found that doctors who received gifts and other benefits in kind from pharma companies had been prescribing more opioids to their patients. Some significant findings of the study are as under: Help for opioid addiction.

Doctors Receiving Gifts from Pharma Companies Prescribing More Opioids, Says Study. Opioids increase the risk of prolonging postoperative pain, claims study. Opioids Increase the Risk of Prolonging Postoperative Pain, Claims Study. While it is common to give prescription drugs to patients after a surgery, a recent study questions the prevailing practice. The study on mice indicated that opioid use after surgery could be counterproductive. The finding has led to concerns among various stakeholders, including medical practitioners, experts, scientists, etc., who fear its consequences on the pain management of patients. The study highlights some of the lesser-known darker aspects of opioids that are likely to worsen the ongoing battle with opioid crisis. As human physiology of both the mammals — mice and humans — is quite similar, the researchers are apprehensive. Also known as laparotomy, it is a fairly common surgery in America.

Some of the eye-opening findings were as follows: · Rats on morphine experienced pain for longer than three weeks. · The longevity of pain depends on the duration of the intake of morphine; the consumption of morphine for long makes the pain last longer. Opioids Increase the Risk of Prolonging Postoperative Pain, Claims Study. Opioid Epidemic in Rural America. Slide 1: www.prescriptiondrugabusehelpline.com Opioid Epidemic in Rural America The abuse of prescription painkillers and illicit opioids has become a public health concern in the United States of America. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention CDC reports that more than 1000 Americans are given treatment in emergency departments every day for misusing prescription opioids.

Moreover nearly 40 percent of overdose deaths in the country are due to a prescription opioid. The upsurge in the use of opioids is attributed to a growing number of doctors prescribing painkillers long-term prescription of opioids even for mild to moderate pain unmonitored prescription database system aggressive marketing by the pharmaceutical companies social acceptance of prescription medications and easy availability of drugs. The epidemic has not even spared the rural areas of the country. Slide 2: slide 3: Opioid Epidemic in Rural America. Opioid Epidemic in Rural America. Opioid Epidemic in Rural America. Opioid Epidemic in Rural America. The abuse of prescription painkillers and illicit opioids has become a public health concern in the United States of America. The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) reports that more than 1,000 Americans are given treatment in emergency departments every day for misusing prescription opioids. Moreover, nearly 40 percent of overdose deaths in the country are due to a prescription opioid.

The upsurge in the use of opioids is attributed to a growing number of doctors prescribing painkillers, long-term prescription of opioids even for mild to moderate pain, unmonitored prescription database system, aggressive marketing by the pharmaceutical companies, social acceptance of prescription medications and easy availability of drugs. The epidemic has not even spared the rural areas of the country. As per the National Advisory Committee on Rural Health and Human Services Policy Brief 2016, rural areas have a higher rate of overdose deaths from prescription opioids. 1. 2. 3. Prescription Drugs Abuse. Prescription Drug Addictions. Prescription Drug Addiction Rehab. Prescription Drug Abuse Rehab. Prescription Drugs Abuse.

Prescription Drug Addictions. Opioid Epidemic Aftermath—More Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Now. Slide 1: www.prescriptiondrugabusehelpline.com Opioid Epidemic Aftermath – More Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Now “Nobody can do for little children what grandparents do. Grandparents sort of sprinkle stardust over the lives of little children.” – Alex Haley author Grandparents are the greatest friends that children can ever have.

They form a strong bond with their grandchildren and fill their lives with cheer positivity warmth and love. But when they are entrusted with the responsibility of raising children and looking after all their needs it can be a challenging task for many. Slide 2: www.prescriptiondrugabusehelpline.com attention-deficit hyperactivity disorder ADHD and post-traumatic stress disorder PTSD. 2. Opioid Epidemic Aftermath—More Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Now. Opioid Epidemic Aftermath—More Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Now. Opioid Epidemic Aftermath — More Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Now. “Nobody can do for little children what grandparents do. Grandparents sort of sprinkle stardust over the lives of little children.” – Alex Haley, author Grandparents are the greatest friends that children can ever have.

They form a strong bond with their grandchildren and fill their lives with cheer, positivity, warmth and love. But when they are entrusted with the responsibility of raising children and looking after all their needs, it can be a challenging task for many. In the United States, about 3 million grandparents have taken up financial and legal responsibility of raising more than 5 million grandchildren. When parents succumb to an overdose from a drug or alcohol, the grandparents become the official guardians. However, the grandparents face several challenges while they renew their parenting roles. 1. 2. 3. 4. Prescription drug menace The prescription drug abuse epidemic is changing the dynamics of relationships in the United States. Opioid Epidemic Aftermath—More Grandparents Raising Grandchildren Now. 24/7Prescription Drugs Abuse Helpline 866-450-1557. Long-Term Use of Prescription Drugs And Opioid Abuse. Slide 1: www.prescriptiondrugabusehelpline.com Long-term Use of Prescription Drugs and Opioid Abuse The incidence of irresponsible use of prescription drugs – mostly for recreational and self- medication purposes – has been abnormally high in the United States which is showing in the form of the never-ending opioid epidemic.

This has led to a drastic shift in the role of prescription drugs from pain management medication to drug of abuse. Because pharmaceutical-grade opioids are highly potent patients taking these for weeks or months are likely to develop increased tolerance toward such drugs. Once a person becomes dependent on opioids he or she may be tempted to self-administer a higher dose to relieve pain. However doing so ultimately sets them onto the path of addiction. In the light of the worsening of the opioid crisis the Trump administration declared it a public health emergency in August 2017. Slide 2: Long-term Use of Prescription Drugs and Opioid Abuse.

Long-term Use of Prescription Drugs and Opioid Abuse. Long-term Use of Prescription Drugs And Opioid Abuse. The incidence of irresponsible use of prescription drugs — mostly for recreational and self-medication purposes — has been abnormally high in the United States, which is showing in the form of the never-ending opioid epidemic. This has led to a drastic shift in the role of prescription drugs from pain management medication to drug of abuse.

Because pharmaceutical-grade opioids are highly potent, patients taking these for weeks or months are likely to develop increased tolerance toward such drugs. Once a person becomes dependent on opioids, he or she may be tempted to self-administer a higher dose to relieve pain. However, doing so ultimately sets them onto the path of addiction. In the light of the worsening of the opioid crisis, the Trump administration declared it a public health emergency in August 2017. Jump in long-term prescription opioid use · Addiction and overdose associated with long-term use: It increased threefold during the study’s timeframe. Long-term Use of Prescription Drugs And Opioid Abuse. Prescription Drug Abuse Effects. Prescription Drug Abuse Facts. Prescription Drug Addiction Facts.

Generating awareness about pertinent prescription drug abuse facts among people is extremely crucial to control the drug epidemic ravaging the United States. Since prescription drugs are prescribed by doctors, people generally tend to overlook its addictive effects. The Prescription Drug Abuse Helpline can provide information about prescription drug abuse effects that can be detrimental to an individual’s physical and mental health. Call our 24/7 helpline number to know about customized treatment programs that can help you recover from prescription drug abuse. Prescription Drug Ab Prescription Drug Ad. Prescription Drug Abuse Effects. Prescription Drug Abuse Facts. Prescription Drug Abuse Effects.

Prescription Drugs Abuse. Prescription Drugs Abuse. Prescription Drug Addictions. Prescription Drug Addiction Rehab. Usually prescribed as painkillers, tranquilizers, or stimulants, prescription drug abuse begins when those medicines are taken for nonmedical use. A comprehensive treatment at a certified prescription drug addiction rehab consists of detoxification and rehabilitation. Contact the Prescription Drugs Abuse Helpline and let our counselors help you find the best prescription drug abuse rehab facilities, near you. Prescription Drugs A Prescription Drug Ab Mental Health. Prescription Drugs Abuse. Prescription Drug Addictions. Prescription Drug Addiction Rehab. Prescription Drug Abuse Rehab. Unique Challenges of Women Abusing Prescription Drugs. Slide 1: www.prescriptiondrugabusehelpline.com Unique Challenges of Women Abusing Prescription Drugs Ever since opioids became popular as a drug of abuse in America women have been at the receiving end.

While the rates of drug overdose incidents more than quadrupled since 1999 it is also apparent that women have been affected more by the opioid epidemic than men. Coast to coast the number of women who have inadvertently used prescription drugs and have become dependent on them has significantly increased. A new report by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality AHRQ has revealed that there is a surge in the number of women who have been admitted to hospitals for drug- related incidents including heroin and prescription painkillers. The report was compiled based on a national database that includes hospital statistics from more than 40 states.

Slide 2: slide 3: Unique Challenges of Women Abusing Prescription Drugs. Unique Challenges of Women Abusing Prescription Drugs. Unique Challenges of Women Abusing Prescription Drugs. Unique Challenges of Women Abusing Prescription Drugs. Ever since opioids became popular as a drug of abuse in America, women have been at the receiving end. While the rates of drug overdose incidents more than quadrupled since 1999, it is also apparent that women have been affected more by the opioid epidemic than men.

Coast to coast, the number of women who have inadvertently used prescription drugs and have become dependent on them has significantly increased. A new report by the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality (AHRQ) has revealed that there is a surge in the number of women who have been admitted to hospitals for drug-related incidents, including heroin and prescription painkillers. The report was compiled based on a national database that includes hospital statistics from more than 40 states. Along with a detailed account of the opioid epidemic, the report also sheds light on the emergency department (ED) and inpatient stays for both men and women in drug-related incidents.

The U.S. Road to recovery. Risk of Long-Term Opioid Use Higher in People with Psychiatric Condit… Risk of Long-Term Opioid Use Higher in People with Psychiatric Conditions, Finds Study by Andreau Galeas. Prescription Drug Addiction Help — Risk of Long-Term Opioid Use Higher In People with... Risk of Long-Term Opioid Use Higher In People with Psychiatric Conditions, Finds Study. Most of the psychiatric conditions usually take a long time to get cured due to various factors contributing to their development.

The treatment procedure usually involves therapy, counseling and medications. While the first two are used to address the psychological and behavioral issues, the use of medications is crucial for controlling and reducing the symptoms and other physical effects associated with mental ailments. However, doctors need to be cautious while prescribing medications to psychiatric patients since they are at an increased risk of developing opioid addiction. A recent study, published in the journal PAIN — the official publication of the International Association for the Study of Pain (IASP) — suggested that the use of psychoactive drugs to mitigate psychiatric and behavioral symptoms could lead to a long-term use of opioid pain medications.

Psychiatric conditions as predictors of long-term opioid use Quitting addiction to lead a happy life. Medication Synchronization Helps Adhere to Medication Regimens. Slide 1: Medication Synchronization Helps Adhere to Medication Regimens In the current scenario most people have multiple chronic conditions that require continuous medical care. Problems such as mental disorders addiction heart problems and other chronic conditions demand long-term support to prevent chances of hospitalization or premature death. People with more than one ailment are usually prescribed an array of medications for each of their health conditions. Consequently it becomes an uphill task for the patient to keep a track of the dosage or duration and to get a refill on a timely basis. This is where medication synchronization comes in. Medication synchronization is an entirely new concept that assists people with chronic medical conditions to better manage their medications.

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Prescription Drug Addiction Help — Tips to Avoid Heroin and Opioid Addiction Relapse. Rising opioid abuse and addiction in US - Prescription Drug Abuse Helpline. Seniors Often Discharged from Hospitals with Lethal Amount of Prescription. New opioid reversal drug bill in North Carolina: Naloxone to be available OTC - Prescription Drug Abuse Helpline. Painkiller abuse in teenage predicts drug abuse during adulthood: Study - Prescription Drug Abuse Helpline.