How to address these 3 opioid adverse effects
Professor of Pharmacy,
Director, NIH Center of Excellence in Pain Education,
Southern Illinois University Edwardsville
In this "3 in 3" video, Christopher M. Herndon, PharmD, discusses effective treatments for the constipation, nausea and vomiting, and pruritus that can result from opioid therapy.
The Journal of Family Practice's "3 in 3" video series delivers 3 take-home points in 3 minutes—or less.
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