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Opioid addiction and withdrawal: What you should know
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What is Narcan? The opioid overdose spray, explained.
A long-sought tool in the fight against America’s opioid crisis is becoming available later this year: Narcan, the nasal spray that can stop opioid overdoses as they
What Is Double Doctoring?
Double doctoring, also known as “doctor shopping,” is the deliberate use of more than one physician in order to obtain prescriptions for a greater amount
What Is Precipitated Withdrawal?
Precipitated withdrawal is a sudden onset of withdrawal symptoms such as fever, cramping, and sweating, brought on by medication-assisted treatment to manage substance use disorders, particularly opioid dependencies.
Withdrawal From Hydrocodone
Hydrocodone is a semi-synthetic opioid that works like codeine to relieve moderate pain. It is often prescribed in combination with other compounds in products like Vicodin or Lortab,
What Is Neonatal Opioid Withdrawal Syndrome?
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