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  • Prescription opioid dispensing in Australian children and adolescents: a national population-based study. [Journal Article]
    Lancet Child Adolesc Health 2019Bell J, Paget SP, … Nassar N
  • CONCLUSIONS: In 2017, one in 74 Australian children, including one in 25 adolescents, were dispensed an opioid. Dispensing of weak opioids decreased between 2013 and 2017, but codeine is still commonly dispensed in younger children and education to reduce this practice is required. Dispensing of strong opioids increased in all age groups. Children and adolescents must receive appropriate pain management, but further evidence on the risks and benefits of opioid use in this young population is needed.
  • Risk Factors for Poor Pain Control after Opioid Switching from Oxycodone Tablet to Fentanyl Patch. [Journal Article]
    Biol Pharm Bull 2019; 42(10):1674-1678Morikawa N, Kasahara Y, … Nishihara M
  • Pain control becomes poor in some cases after opioid switching from oxycodone tablet (OXC) to fentanyl patch (FP). However, fewer studies on risk factors have been reported. In this study, we surveyed the states of pain control (PC) and opioid administration, patient background, laboratory test values, and concomitant drugs retrospectively in 86 patients switching from OXC to FP between June 2010…
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