Negating opioids and pain actively through intervention: A multidisciplinary approach
Patricia A. Radovich, PhD, Nursing; Huy Le, PharmD, Pharmacy -- Loma Linda University Health System, Loma Linda, California, USA
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The purpose of this study was to measure the effectiveness of education, patient engagement, opioids dose adjustment on patient satisfaction, quality of life, and enhanced functionality. Patients were enrolled as inpatients during their hospital stay. This study was awarded funding from Cardinal Health.
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