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  • Reduced urinary opioid levels from pain management patients associated with marijuana use. [Journal Article]
    Pain Manag 2019; 9(5):441-447Goggin MM, Shahriar BJ, … Janis GC
  • Aim: Marijuana use has been postulated to modulate opioid use, dependence and withdrawal. Broad target drug testing results provide a unique perspective to identify any potential interaction between marijuana use and opioid use. Materials & methods: Using a dataset of approximately 800,000 urine drug test results collected from pain management patients of a time from of multiple years, creatinin…
  • Oral prescription opioid-seeking behavior in male and female mice. [Journal Article]
    Addict Biol 2019; :e12828Phillips AG, McGovern DJ, … Root DH
  • A significant portion of prescription opioid users self-administer orally rather than intravenously. Animal models of opioid addiction have demonstrated that intravenous cues are sufficient to cause drug seeking. However, intravenous models may not characterize oral users, and the preference to self-administer orally appears to be partially influenced by the user's sex. Our objectives were to det…
  • Effects of Bariatric Surgery Observed in Postmortem Toxicology Casework. [Journal Article]
    J Anal Toxicol 2019; 43(8):651-659Bishop-Freeman SC, Skirnick O, … Winecker RE
  • Bariatric surgery has been on the rise and patients often have multiple indications for pre- and post-operative pharmacotherapy. Procedures target the stomach and/or small intestine and affect weight loss through restriction, malabsorption, or a combination of the two. The absorption and/or metabolism of drugs via the gastrointestinal tract could be altered by different mechanisms. Several cases …
  • Tramadol Prescription over a 4-Year Period in the USA. [Review]
    Curr Pain Headache Rep 2019; 23(10):76Bigal LM, Bibeau K, Dunbar S
  • Deaths associated to tramadol, a synthetic opioid, are rising globally. Herein, we characterize prescription patterns of tramadol relative to other opioids in the USA from 2012 to 2015, by geographic region and physician specialty.
  • The US Opioid Epidemic and Its Impact on US General Practice Veterinarians. [Journal Article]
    Front Vet Sci 2019; 6:222Kogan L, Hellyer P, … Schoenfeld-Tacher R
  • Objective: To assess the impact of the human opioid epidemic and associated shortages in drug supply on US general practice veterinarians. Design: Cross-sectional study. Sample: Members of the Veterinary Information Network (VIN). Procedures: An electronic survey was used to examine veterinarians' views regarding opioid use in veterinary medicine and the impact of the opioid shortage on the pro…
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