With opioid prescribing, “there isn’t a really unified principal around the way we do things. That’s in contrast to, say, heart disease,” a researcher noted.
With opioid prescribing, “there isn’t a really unified principal around the way we do things. That’s in contrast to, say, heart disease,” a researcher noted. Liz O. Baylen TNS
With opioid prescribing, “there isn’t a really unified principal around the way we do things. That’s in contrast to, say, heart disease,” a researcher noted. Liz O. Baylen TNS

The doctor you see in the ER may put you on a path toward long-term opioid use

February 22, 2017 03:57 PM