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  • Opioid prescription use in patients with interstitial cystitis. [Journal Article]
    Int Urogynecol J 2020Zillioux J, Clements M, … Rapp D
  • CONCLUSIONS: A significant number of patients with IC are treated with opioids. Although the overall number of opioid prescriptions associated with IC had declined, the prescription rate per IC diagnosis had not. As part of the national initiative to reduce opioid use, our data suggest that IC treatment strategies should be examined.
  • Who Is Prescribing Opioids Preoperatively? A Survey of New Patients Presenting to Tertiary Care Adult Reconstruction Clinics. [Journal Article]
    J Am Acad Orthop Surg 2020Calkins TE, Hannon CP, … Della Valle CJ
  • CONCLUSIONS: A striking number of patients are being treated with opioids for hip and knee arthritis. Furthermore, many patients who have received opioids within 6 months do not report their prescriptions. Although primary care physicians prescribed most opioids for nonsurgical treatment of arthritis, a substantial percentage came from orthopaedic surgeons. Further education of physicians and patients on the ill effects of opioids when used for the nonsurgical treatment of hip and knee arthritis is warranted.
  • [2019 scientific breakthroughs in ambulatory general internal medicine]. [Journal Article]
    Rev Med Suisse 2020; 16(678):117-122Gouveia A, Wenger-Bonny C, … Bodenmann P
  • In healthy adults, vitamin D does not prevent falls or hip fractures. The diabetogenic effect of topical steroids is significant and dose dependent. Pulmonary embolism can be surely ruled out by the YEARS algorithm adapted to pregnancy. Patients with osteoarthritis treated with tramadol have a higher risk of death when compared to those treated with non-steroidal anti-inflammatory drugs. Inapprop…
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