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Long-Term Opioid Therapy in Spine Center Outpatients: Protocol for the Spinal Pain Opioid Cohort (SPOC) Study

Long-Term Opioid Therapy in Spine Center Outpatients: Protocol for the Spinal Pain Opioid Cohort (SPOC) Study

However, more than a few weeks of treatment may well result in a diminishing clinical effect, risk of opioid-generated hyperalgesia that worsens the pain, as well as the development of addictive behavior [8].

Claus Manniche, Lonny Stokholm, Sophie L Ravn, Tonny E Andersen, Lars PA Brandt, Katrine H Rubin, Berit Schiøttz-Christensen, Lars L Andersen, Søren G Skousgaard

JMIR Res Protoc 2020;9(8):e21380

Social Media Text Mining Framework for Drug Abuse: Development and Validation Study With an Opioid Crisis Case Analysis

Social Media Text Mining Framework for Drug Abuse: Development and Validation Study With an Opioid Crisis Case Analysis

To demonstrate the applicability of the opioid drug ontology, we used a sample data set of 10,000 tweets belonging to self-identified opioid users on Twitter.

Tareq Nasralah, Omar El-Gayar, Yong Wang

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(8):e18350

Developing a Theory-Driven Serious Game to Promote Prescription Opioid Safety Among Adolescents: Mixed Methods Study

Developing a Theory-Driven Serious Game to Promote Prescription Opioid Safety Among Adolescents: Mixed Methods Study

Although a variety of opioid educational programs are available for adults, a digital tool designed to address the opioid medication safety knowledge gap in teens does not currently exist.

Olufunmilola Abraham, Tanvee Thakur, Randall Brown

JMIR Serious Games 2020;8(3):e18207

Patient and Clinician Perspectives on Adolescent Opioid Use Disorder Treatment During a Pandemic: One Step Back, but Two Forward?

Patient and Clinician Perspectives on Adolescent Opioid Use Disorder Treatment During a Pandemic: One Step Back, but Two Forward?

IntroductionOver the last decade, opioid use disorder (OUD) has been among the most pressing public health problems for adolescents and young adults (AYAs) in the United States [1,2].

Samuel W Stull, Erin R McKnight, Andrea E Bonny

JMIR Pediatr Parent 2020;3(2):e23463

Discrepancies in Written Versus Calculated Durations in Opioid Prescriptions: Pre-Post Study

Discrepancies in Written Versus Calculated Durations in Opioid Prescriptions: Pre-Post Study

Chronic opioid use is often preceded by treatment of acute pain [12], and long-term prescription opioids are associated with progression to illicit opioid abuse [13].

Benjamin H Slovis, John Kairys, Bracken Babula, Melanie Girondo, Cara Martino, Lindsey M Roke, Jeffrey Riggio

JMIR Med Inform 2020;8(3):e16199

Digital Pills to Measure Opioid Ingestion Patterns in Emergency Department Patients With Acute Fracture Pain: A Pilot Study

Digital Pills to Measure Opioid Ingestion Patterns in Emergency Department Patients With Acute Fracture Pain: A Pilot Study

IntroductionDeaths from opioid overdose in the United States have paralleled a rise in the number of opioid analgesic medications being prescribed [1]. In 2014, more than 259 million prescriptions for opioids were dispensed to the American public [1-3].

Peter R Chai, Stephanie Carreiro, Brendan J Innes, Rochelle K Rosen, Conall O'Cleirigh, Kenneth H Mayer, Edward W Boyer

J Med Internet Res 2017;19(1):e19

Cloud-Based Implementation of New Frontline Clinical Workflows: Standardizing Practice at Scale to Improve Patient Safety

Cloud-Based Implementation of New Frontline Clinical Workflows: Standardizing Practice at Scale to Improve Patient Safety

Three scenarios were identified where frontline practice standardization would improve patient outcomes: sedation and analgesia for intubated patients (inpatient), colorectal cancer screenings (outpatient), and safety measures for opioid prescriptions (outpatient

Jennie Yoo, Mary Han, Gemma Jamena, Phyllis Pei, Hillary Baldocchi, Emilie Menard, Shelley Diane, Peter Oishi, Tam Nguyen

iproc 2018;4(2):e11776

The Detection of Opioid Misuse and Heroin Use From Paramedic Response Documentation: Machine Learning for Improved Surveillance

The Detection of Opioid Misuse and Heroin Use From Paramedic Response Documentation: Machine Learning for Improved Surveillance

IntroductionBackgroundThe more than 47,000 opioid-involved overdose deaths in 2018 in the United States [1,2] insufficiently reflect the nonfatal burden associated with prescription opioid misuse and heroin use (OM) by an estimated 10.3 million people [3].

José Tomás Prieto, Kenneth Scott, Dean McEwen, Laura J Podewils, Alia Al-Tayyib, James Robinson, David Edwards, Seth Foldy, Judith C Shlay, Arthur J Davidson

J Med Internet Res 2020;22(1):e15645