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Clonidine
 
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This is a review of Clonidine. 0:05 Introduction to Clonidine 0:52 Mechanism of Action & Clinical Uses 2:18 Side-Effects As always, please let us know your thoughts. Good luck in school and thanks for checking out our video!
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Did A Pharmacy's Mistake Cause This Boy's Death?
 
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An 8-year-old Colorado boy's parents say a pharmacy's error led to their son's death. Jake Steinbrecher took clonidine for hyperactivity. His parents told Newsy's partners at KMGH that when he took his regular dosage last Halloween, he immediately had a reaction to it.  Jake was hospitalized, and doctors said he had brain swelling as a result of the medication. A test of the medication indicated it was actually 1,000 times the prescribed dosage.  He was released from the hospital but returned earlier this month and died on June 8.  "We're lucky he made it for the time that he did," Caroline Steinbrecher said. According to Jake's parents, the pharmacy admitted to the error, and the pharmacist responsible for the mistake is still working at the same pharmacy. KMGH says it appears the pharmacist hasn't faced any disciplinary action.  "People need to be aware of what is given to their children," Caroline Steinbrecher said. "There has to be better regulations in place for compounding pharmacies." According to the U.S. Food and Drug Administration, at least one person each day dies from a medication error, and about 1.3 million people are injured annually. However, those errors can be attributed to a number of things, including unclear packaging and directions, misuse or errors dispensing medications.  Jake's autopsy hasn't yet been released, so his cause of death hasn't been confirmed.  This video includes images from Getty Images.  Newsy is your source for concise, unbiased video news and analysis covering the top stories from around the world. With persistent curiosity and no agenda, we strive to fuel meaningful conversations by highlighting multiple sides of every story. Newsy delivers the news and perspective you need without the hype and bias common to many news sources. See more at http://www.newsy.com/ Like Newsy on Facebook: http://www.facebook.com/newsyvideos/
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URGENT: You Must Know This About Blood Pressure Medications!
 
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Are blood pressure medications overly prescribed? Wait until you hear what Dr. Jacob Teitelbaum has to say about it. It might change the way you look at the medication. He also mentions some natural ways to lower blood pressure and it has nothing to do with salt intake! Find out why. http://www.ihealthtube.com
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Top 200 Drugs Pronunciation (Generic names/ Brand names)
 
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Top 200 drugs pronunciation: 1. Analgesics 0:03 2. Anti-infectives 1:55 3. Cardiovascular 3:42 4. CNS 7:59 5. Endocrine 12:56 6. Gastrointestinal 15:17 7. Miscellaneous 16:33 8. Respiratory 17:23
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Clonidine
 
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Clonidine (trade names Catapres, Kapvay, Nexiclon and others) is a sympatholytic medication used to treat high blood pressure, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, anxiety disorders, withdrawal (from either alcohol, opioids or smoking), migraine, menopausal flushing, diarrhoea and certain pain conditions. It is classified as a centrally acting α2 adrenergic agonist and imidazoline receptor agonist that has been in clinical use for over 40 years. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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OTC and Prescription Medications That May Harm Your Eyes
 
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To learn more about how you can improve your eyesight naturally check out http://naturallyimproveeyesight.com. Though medications are made to help fight diverse diseases, a few of them can put your vision health and vision to risk. Obviously, there is no way to list all medicines that can have detrimental side effects on your eyes. That's why we have listed some of the most generally used medicines and how they can be harmful for your vision. Medicines which can cause retinal damage: some of the most widely prescribed drugs for rheumatoid arthritis (Plaquenil (hydroxchloriquine sulfate)), medicines for high blood pressure (Clonidine), all NSAIDS medications (non-steroid anti-inflammatory medications like aspirin, ibuprofen, flurbiprofen, ketoprofen and naproxen sodium). Medications that can cause glaucoma: all NSAIDS medications, some steroids, Simvastatin (for high cholesterol), Fenfluramine (for weight loss), some stomach antispasmodics and anti-depressant medicines. Continue reading at http://naturallyimproveeyesight.com/medications-harmful-for-your-eyesight/. Also follow us on Twitter at http://twitter.com/healthyeyesight.
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If You’re On Any Of These Medications, DO NOT Use Apple Cider Vinegar
 
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Although ACV is best known for its many health benefits, it is also very important to know that this amazing vinegar can cause side effects http://healthyfoodspot.com/2016/09/11/if-youre-on-any-of-these-medications-do-not-use-apple-cider-vinegar/
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The High Cost of Prescription Drugs and the Cancer they are supposed to treat, w/Guest Heather Block
 
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Guest Heather Block about the ludicrously high cost of prescription drugs in the US and what we can do to lower them. Guest host Alex Lawson. Heather Block (Activist on the high cost of drugs, who has worked on international projects in over 30 countries, and current cancer patient) SUPPORT THE PROGRAM ► Join us on Patreon: http://www.patreon.com/thomhartmann where you can also watch a re-run of the three hour program at any time AUDIO PODCASTS ► Subscribe today: http://www.thomhartmann.com/podcast FOLLOW THOM ► AMAZON : http://amzn.to/2hS4UwY ► BLOG : http://www.thomhartmann.com/thom/blog ► FACEBOOK : http://www.facebook.com/ThomHartmannProgram/ ► INSTAGRAM : http://www.instagram.com/Thom_Hartmann ► PATREON : http://www.patreon.com/thomhartmann ► TWITTER : http://www.twitter.com/thom_hartmann ► WEBSITE : http://www.thomhartmann.com ► YOUTUBE : http://www.youtube.com/subscription_center?add_user=thomhartmann ABOUT THE PROGRAM The Thom Hartmann Program is the leading progressive political talk radio show for political news and comment about Government politics, be it Liberal or Conservative, plus special guests and callers ✔ Amazon links are affiliate links
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FDA Approves New Opioid Withdrawal Treatment
 
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The FDA has approved the first treatment for opioid withdrawal that is not based on an opioid drug. Made by US WorldMeds, the drug Lucemyra specifically treats narcotic withdrawal symptoms including; vomiting, muscle aches, diarrhea, anxiety, sleep problems and sweats. But withdrawal from opioids has been treated with other opioid substitutes, like buprenorphine or methadone, to gradually wane people off narcotics. According to the Food and Drug Administration, opioid overdoses contributed two-thirds of drug overdose deaths during 2016. The most common narcotics those people overdosed on were fentanyl, heroin and prescription painkillers. https://www.upi.com/Health_News/2018/05/17/FDA-approves-first-non-opioid-withdrawal-treatment/6321526577783/ http://www.wochit.com This video was produced by YT Wochit News using http://wochit.com
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JAKE STEINBRECHER BEING TORTURED  BY 30mg OF CLONIDINE MADE BY GOOD DAY PHARMACY
 
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GOOD DAY PHARMACY HAS LITERALLY NO SAFEGUARDS TO PREVENT THIS FROM HAPPENING. TO THIS DAY THEY DO NOT HAVE A 27/7 EMERGENCY LINE. FOR DAYS ALL THE MEDICAL PROFESSIONALS STOOD BY AND WATHCED MY BOY SUFFER AND DID NOTHING! I BEGGED EVERY MINUTE OF EVERY DAY FOR THE REVERSAL! AT NO TIME WAS MY SON EVER GIVEN PAIN MEDICATION AT ALL! THESE EVENTS OCCURED AT GOOD DAY PHARMACY IN LOVELAND COLORADO, MEDICAL CENTER OF THE ROCKIES, POUDRE VALLEY HOSPITAL, AND ON THE PICU AT CHILDREN'S HOSPITAL COLORADO! NOT ONE DOCTOR CALLED THE POLICE TO REPORT A CHILD HAD ARRIVED OVERDOSED TO THE HOSPITAL! WITH A MOTHER BEGGING FOR HELP THE ENTIRE TIME!
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What Does Gabapentin Withdrawal Feel Like ? Gabapentin Withdrawal Symptoms
 
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What Does Gabapentin Withdrawal Feel Like ? Gabapentin Withdrawal Symptoms Subscribe To Get New Videos Daily: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCi1zZ8_Q7yqKInXImLCLfXw The US Food and Drug Administration states that you should never start or stop taking medicines without talking to your healthcare provider, and this is doubly true of prescription drugs like gabapentin. An Anticonvulsant that can sometimes cause serious side effects when treatment is stopped abruptly, gabapentin’s withdrawal syndrome often feels similar to the syndrome caused by opioid dependence, but it can in fact be much more dangerous. Recognize Gabapentin Withdrawal: Some individuals do abuse gabapentin, an action can possibly lead to dependence, addiction, and other issues. But even if you have been taking the drug safely and as directed, you must never stop the medication suddenly. If you do, the drug can cause many side effects that are similar to those associated with opioid withdrawal, such as: Gabapentin Withdrawal: Anxiety and irritability are common gabapentin withdrawal symptoms. Anxiety. Changes in appetite. Depression. Fatigue. Itching. Irritability. Sleep disturbances. Headaches. Dizziness. Muscle and bone pain. Abdominal pain. Nausea and vomiting. Restlessness. Sweating. Anyone who has experienced the usual withdrawal symptoms associated with opioids will be able to recognize the signs of gabapentin withdrawal. However, there are other, more dangerous symptoms that must be noted and treated immediately for the individual’s safety. For example, many individuals who take gabapentin are epileptic. The medication treats seizures by “decreasing abnormal excitement in the brain” . But when someone with this condition suddenly stops taking the drug, they can sometimes experience intense seizures that do not stop. In this instance, the individual must be taken to the hospital immediately. Gabapentin has also been known to cause serious depression, sometimes more intense than that caused by most prescription opioids during withdrawal. This can lead to suicidal thoughts or actions, requiring that the individual be kept under surveillance at a residential or inpatient center so they will not be able to hurt themselves. Gabapentin withdrawal can sometimes be mild and similar to that caused by opioid depdendence, but because the drug is an anticonvulsant, it can cause a more severe syndrome in certain individuals. Content Source: https://www.addictions.com/gabapentin... Music Source: www.bensound.com Watch Popular Videos : Can You Get High On Gabapentin ? https://youtu.be/rHERNWVVdOM Do Boys Get Periods? What Is a Period For Boys ? https://youtu.be/WW9JIQfPLD8 How To Get Pregnant Fast With Irregular Periods Naturally https://youtu.be/qz0XbqRd-Gk What You Need To Know About Gabapentin High https://youtu.be/PpZx7Q30qMs What You Need To Know About Signs and Symptoms of Gabapentin Withdrawal https://youtu.be/93aG9j10s5s Find Us on Social Media : https://pinterest.com/susanbuck21/ https://selfhealthcures.blogspot.com https://selfhealthcures.tumblr.com Health Disclaimer: The information on this channel is only for educational purposes. It is not intended to be a substitute for informed medical advice or care.You should not use this information to diagnose ore treat any health problems.Please Consult A Doctor With Any Questions or concerns you might have regarding your or your family members Condition. Thanks. All Images Are licensed under CC: www.pixabay.com www.flickr.com www.pexels.com en.wikipedia.org commons.wikimedia.org
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3-year-old prescribed six psychotropic drugs in CPS' care  ~ 4th Report
 
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HOUSTON (FOX 26) - Updated: May 16, 2012 9:39 PM CDT Randy Wallace, Investigative Reporter  Here's 4-year-old Rachel Harrison before Child Protective Services took her away from her parents. Once CPS takes over, you can see the drastic changes for yourself. "And as a parent it's very hard to deal with because your baby's in trouble and you can't do anything to help," said Rachel's mother Christina Harrison. Watch as the bubbly little girl starts looking more like some neglected waif while under CPS's care. "She was never abused or neglected in any way except by CPS," said Debbie Flores, Rachel's grandmother. In numerous court hearings CPS caseworkers would admit they had no reason to think Rachel's parents ever neglected or abused her. The only reason CPS took custody was the young parent's recreational drug use. Something they admitted to and lived to regret. But ironically Rachel would be the one hooked on drugs while under CPS's watch including Risperdal, a drug used to treat Schizophrenia and Bi-Polar disorder and according to the FDA, should not be given to a child under 10. "3-years-old, given psychotropic drugs, there's no reason for it none at all," said David Harrison, Rachel's father. It was 2007 when CPS first entered the family's life. The state agency took Rachel into protective custody soon after her birth because her mom tested positive for marijuana. This 2007 home video shows a horrific case of diaper rash Rachel had while in foster care. The baby's awful condition is pointed out to 2 CPS caseworkers but neither decides to seek immediate medical attention. Even after a judge ordered the foster mom to get Rachel to a doctor A.S.A.P., CPS failed to make sure that happened. Later CPS admitted to making big mistakes. Fast forward to July 2010. "I went to the hospital to get my appendix out and tested positive for cocaine," Rachel's mother said. That was enough for CPS to take Rachel again and spend over a year trying to terminate David and Christina's parental rights. CPS wouldn't allow the family to see Rachel for two months. What they say they saw was a drooling, lethargic emaciated looking little girl who wanted to play a very strange game. "She was also writing prescriptions, Rachel which is not normal," her mother said. "They might play doctor but she was writing prescriptions on paper, here take your medicine." The family spent months asking CPS if Rachel was on drugs. "We kept asking but they kept denying," Christina Harrison said. "You could just tell there was a physical change between when she was with us and the time they had her at that point." David Harrison said. CPS's own policy dictates parents must be told within 24 hours about their child needing or receiving medical treatment. But these parents didn't know for 6 months until it finally came out in a court hearing. "You're completely powerless," Rachel's mother said. You're powerless against these people, they hold all the cards and do whatever they want," said Rachel's father. After the judge started questioning CPS about the little girl's declining condition, CPS gave up trying to terminate the couple's parental right's and gave them their daughter back. According to court testimony Dr. Owen Osagie is the psychiatrist who prescribed psychotropic drugs to a then 3-year-old. "He testified he had seen Rachel for approximately 15 minutes," Flores said. According to the Texas Medical Board, Dr. Osagie prescribed Clonidine to Rachel in excess of the dosing guidelines, while simultaneously increasing her dose of Risperdal, then failed to properly monitor the little girl. "There's paperwork saying she was screaming for mommy and daddy," Rachel's mother said. "And the easiest way to handle her acting up was to medicate her," said Rachel's father. Osagie ignored our attempts to contact him for a response. According to an agreed order with the medical board Osagie must complete at least 24 hours of continuing medical education and pay a 5 thousand dollar administrative fee. "I know a lot of other families and a lot of other parents who are going through the same thing," said Rachel's grandmother. Late last year the United States Government Accountability Office reported these disturbing findings: "Texas is one of 5 states where children in foster care were prescribed psychotropic drugs 2.7 to 4.5 times more often than children who were not in foster care, with children in Texas foster care being the most likely to receive psychotropic drugs." CPS wouldn't discuss the Rachael Harrison case with us. According to the Texas Department of Health and Human Services, Dr. Osagie has treated 755 children in CPS foster care and continues to do so. http://www.myfoxhouston.com/story/18443628/2012/05/16/3-year-old-in-cps-care-overprescribed-psychotropic-drugs
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Narcan Uses - It's More Important Than You Think!
 
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Dr. Steven Shelton discusses why should you know about Narcan uses, or naloxone uses, to use the generic name for Narcan. The answer is BECAUSE IT CAN SAVE YOUR LIFE or THE LIFE OF SOMEONE YOU CARE ABOUT! There's a couple of different uses for Narcan but first and foremost is its use to reverse a pain pill or heroin overdose SAVING LIVES! Narcan is what EMS or the emergency room uses when some one presents poorly responsive and it is not clear what the problem is. If the poor or lack of responsiveness is due to an overdose on pain pills or heroin, the reversal will be immediate bringing the individual back to full consciousness. So how does Narcan work? Pain pills and heroin are from a class of drugs called opioids also frequently referred to as opiates. Opioids exert their effect by stimulating the opioid receptor. Opioid receptors are found widely in the brain as well as in the spinal cord and digestive tract. How to obtain Narcan at your local pharmacy without a prescription: https://www.narcan.com We will be bringing valuable information your way through video updates so be sure to subscribe to this channel now: https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCUw2K5OhzZ0rT4uUZ24RK4w Subscribe to our blog at medhelpforaddiction.com FOR HELP NOW contact us through Chemical Dependency Program as follows: Chemical Dependency Programs Phone: 502-889-6540 812-288-5653 Email: cdpofin@gmail.com Heroin | drug addict | pain pill addiction | heroin addict | heroin treatment | heroin addiction treatment | pain pill treatment | pain pill addiction treatment | opioid addiction | opiate addiction | addiction treatment | help for drug addict | help for pain pill addiction | Chemical dependency | chemical dependency program | Help for drug addiction | buprenorphine |Suboxone |Subutex | Zubsolv | Bunavail | Vivitrol | Naloxone | Narcan uses | Naloxone uses
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Save on prescriptions
 
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Medications like progesterone for menopause, methimazole for a thyroid condition and clonidine for high blood pressure are drugs that just keep getting more and more expensive.
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Flakka opioid addiction that creates zombies
 
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Flakka opioid addiction that creates zombies Learn how topical pain creams can provide effective opioid-free pain relief https://valuecarepharmacy.net/topical-creams-opioid-free-management/ Learn about A New Pain Study Confirms 45% Reduction of Opioid Usage by Using Transdermal Medication https://valuecarepharmacy.net/reduction-of-opioid-usage-by-using-transdermal-medication/ Opioid Free Pain Solutions With a prescription from your physician, our pharmacists offer customized medication options – along with the ability to combine multiple medications and customize dosing – possibly making a significant difference in managing pain. Pain is a symptom that can have a large variety of causes and it comes in various degrees of intensity. Some forms of pain can be addressed by internal medicine doctors, some by oncologists, sports medicine doctors, orthopedic doctors, podiatrists, chiropractors, etc. But most of the severe or chronic pain sufferers seek help from pain management doctors who use an arsenal of techniques, procedures, programs, devices, and last but not least: medications. A compounding pharmacy can help the doctor & patient by preparing custom formulations from unique combinations of various medications: Topical creams or lotions that can penetrate through the skin. Find out how results of Study Shows Topical Compounded Pain Creams Reduce Chronic Pain, Lessens Need For Opioids Suppositories or rectal gels. Oral liquid suspensions that can be custom flavored. Unique capsule dosage forms as well as extended or immediate release. There are guidelines created by pain management association in collaboration with compounding pharmacists on how to create a compounded formulation based on several criteria. Sample criteria: Algorithm for Chronic Neuropathy (PCCA) Mode of Action and members of the class (not exhaustive) 1) NMDA-Ca Channel Blocker Ketamine 5-10% in PLO, 10-30mg PO or PR tid regularly + up to q2h prn Nasal soln 10-50mg/ml-1-2 sprays prn Orphenadrine 10% in PLO or 100mg PO tid Dextromethorphan 10% in PLO or 400mg/day PO Amantadine 200mg/250-500cc IV over 3 hours once (repeat x1 prn). PLO 10 to 20% tid 2) AMPA-Na Channel Blocker Anticonvulsant – * Gabapentin 6-10% in PLO tid + up to q2h prn or up to 2-3Gm/day PO *Probably blocks glutamate at the NMDA also Carbamazepine 10% in PLO tid + up to q2h prn or 100mg-200mg PO bid/tid (Max 800mg/day) Antiarrhythmic – Lidocaine 5-10% in PLO tid + up to q2h prn Mexilitine 2% in PLO tid + up to q2h prn 3) Alpha II-agonist Clonidine 0.2% in PLO tid + up to q2h prn 4) Substance P blocker MU Agonist also: Loperamide 7% and up PLO 5) GABA b Agonist Baclofen 2% PLO tid + up to q2h prn Non-specific GABA agonist – Klonopin 0.5mg-1mg SubL.Qhs 6) Tricyclic Antidepressant Desipramine 2-10% in PLO tid + up to q2h prn or 25-100mg PO qHS Amitriptyline 2-10% in PLO tid + up to q2h prn or 25-150mg PO qHS Magnesium: Intracellular Resident NMDA Ca Channel Blocker Valuecare Pharmacy maintains the intellectual property of several pain management compounds. Please contact us for proprietary formulations, the conditions that the doctor prescribe them for, and their efficacy! Notes: 1. Ketamine 10%, Gabapentin 6%, Clonidine 0.2% is standard starting regimen. 2. Add Baclofen 2%, Amitriptyline 2%, Nifedipine, Opioid, Mg as needed. (I.e., use baclofen specifically in FM patients but also in others and use Amitriptyline in CRPSType I patients but also in others.) 3. In allodynic Post Herpetic Neuralgia use Ketamine 10% + Bupivacaine 0.5% in a Normal Saline spray to the area, wait for 5 to 10 minutes and apply the PLO gel chosen. This spray also has been reported to ease burn pain. 4. Evidence exists for the presence of NMDA receptors in the dermal-epidermal junction.AMPA receptors always lie close to NMDA receptors. 5. Evidence exists for the presence of Gabapentin receptors in the periphery. 6. Evidence exists for the presence of adrenergic receptors in the periphery. 7. Evidence exists for the presence of opioid receptors in the periphery.
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ADHD, Depression, & Anxiety: Serotonin & Dopamine - Tutorial
 
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For excellent expert opinions on mind science - Subscribe here: http://corebrainjournal.com/about *Shortlink for this Balance Video:* http://corepsych.com/balance ADHD & Depression, ADHD & Anxiety occur together over 80% of the time from my clinical experience and must be treated simultaneously with clear objectives on both sides. If you miss 50% of the problem you're likely to miss it all. You can find Dr. Parker’s book "New ADHD Medication Rules: Brain Science & Common Sense" globally, by clicking on this link: http://geni.us/adhd 0:30 0:54 *How To Start ADHD Meds* Download: http://corepsych.com/start http://corepsych.com - More than 460 articles on psychiatric diagnosis and treatment. *Drug Interactions:* http://corepsych.com/2d6-video To see the connection between brain science and common sense: evidence matters. This is one of my top three recommended videos for starting ADHD/Executive Function treatment: http://www.corepsych.com/basic-3 The treatment for these two often comorbid conditions needs careful attention to both of these diagnostic issues: *Dopamine - ADHD - products don't correct serotonin imbalances, but, on the other hand, make them worse. *Serotonin - depression & anxiety - products don't treat ADHD effectively, and more often make ADHD much worse. Years of experience with my own incorrect diagnostic and dosing strategies strongly encourage more informed treatment strategies. http://youtu.be/Wsj219F9M2Q
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Kratom Is Helping This Heroin-User Break His 6-year Addiction | World of Hurt (HBO)
 
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Despite the Trump administration’s recent push to solve an opioid crisis that’s now killing more people than AIDS did at its peak, the U.S. has come close to banning the leaves of a Southeast Asian tree that’s known to fight addiction. The leaves, crushed to form a substance called Kratom, are available in the U.S. for just a dollar or two per dose. People in Southeast Asia have used it to treat opiate addiction for centuries. But Kratom is also unregulated, often adulterated, and has been linked to several fatalities. A few states have made the substance illegal, and last year, the DEA considered a nationwide ban. Risks aside, more and more Americans are turning to this barely understood drug to break their opioid habits. Subscribe to VICE News here: http://bit.ly/Subscribe-to-VICE-News Check out VICE News for more: http://vicenews.com Follow VICE News here: Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/vicenews Twitter: https://twitter.com/vicenews Tumblr: http://vicenews.tumblr.com/ Instagram: http://instagram.com/vicenews More videos from the VICE network: https://www.fb.com/vicevideo
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(CC) Top 200 Drugs Chapter 6 Cardio Nursing Pharmacology by Suffix (Memorizing Pharmacology)
 
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FREE Audiobook: https://adbl.co/2rxzqCE Allnurses.com article: http://allnurses.com/nursing-student-assistance/memorizing-pharmacology-video-1111129.html Website: https://www.memorizingpharmacology.com/ Top 200 Drugs Pronunciation and Mnemonics and review of prefixes, infixes, and suffixes of medications to go with book Memorizing Pharmacology: A Relaxed Approach / How to survive nursing school pharmacology
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Jake Screaming in pain! Due to 30mg of Clonidine!
 
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Jake was allowed to scream in pain like this for days! At Poudre Valley Hospital and Children's Hospital Colorado, NOT one time did Jake receive pain medication, or Narcan. Not one person, called in the overdose including pharmacist Joseph Poling at Good Day Pharmacy. I called several times and Good Day did not respond until Monday morning. At that time Vicki Einhellig lied and said, a pharmacist made the Rx. I confronted Good Day the label says, NP. An unlicensed person made my baby's prescription, and for over a year Good Day lied about it.
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Respiratory drugs quick memorization tips
 
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Prinzide To Treat High Blood Pressure - Overview
 
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http://www.rxwiki.com/prinzide https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLXxn_pCvHVm6N7v1BzNqFYiJYYwRKymPQ Prinzide is a prescription medication used to treat high blood pressure. It is a combination product that contains 2 medications: lisinopril, an ACE inhibitor, and hydrochlorothiazide, a water pill. This medication comes in tablet form and is taken once a day, with or without food. Common side effects include dizziness, headache, and cough. Do not drive or operate heavy machinery until you know how this medication affects you.
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Children with ADHD: A Pharmacist/Mom's Perspective
 
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Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder (ADHD) is one of the most common childhood disorders and can continue through adolescence and into adulthood. Collaborating with a pharmacist can be a great way to educate yourself about your options. Check out our blog: http://blog.rxlive.com/blog/children-with-adhd-a-pharmacist-moms-perspective
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The Adrenergic Receptors
 
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Understanding the adrenergic receptors is fundamental to a solid grasp of adrenergic pharmacology! We strive for accuracy, but we're putting these together in our spare time between classes, clinic, rounding, and wards. If you have feedback, please, let us know! Good luck in school!
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Jake in unfathomable pain from 30 mg of Clonidine!
 
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It was unreal to me. That the world famous Children's Hospital Colorado would let a child suffer like this. The young ladies aka residents chased zebras, debated for hours if an MRI should be done. Outrage! When, the time finally arrived. The staff left my son intubated under sedation alone! I was left to monitor my son under anesthesia by myself! Thankfully, I have spent decades in surgery with animals. I knew what to monitor! No mother, should ever be put in the situation of watching her own child under sedation!
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The Bridge Device NSS-2 addiction Treatment Opiate detox without Withdrawal
 
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What is the Bridge Device NSS-2? With the Bridge Device there is no need to fear opiate withdrawal anymore. Opiate withdrawal including Suboxone is the most difficult part of quitting opiate addiction. Whether it involves codeine, fentanyl, Vicodin or heroin, the acute pain associated with the process is scary and painful. Many experts believe that the pain of detox and the fear of opiate withdrawal are some of the greatest barriers to patient opiate detoxification and rehabilitation. It’s clear that many patients suffering from opiate withdrawal quit before they can be moved to a medication-assisted treatment program like vivitrol. The Bridge Device NSS-2 package of an opiate detox device eliminating opiate withdrawalThe Bridge device is a state of the art medical device bringing much needed innovation to addiction treatment medicine. The severe withdrawal of opiates causes individuals physical pain, sweating, internal gastrointestinal pain, vomiting, anxiety, joint pain and muscle pain to name a few. Many fear opiate detox and Suboxone detox stopping them from entering long-term recovery. The American Society of Addiction Medicine (ASAM) President of the Midwest Chapter and board- certified addictionologist Arturo C. Taca Jr. is one of the innovative pioneers for the bridge device. The device was FDA approved for chiropractic care in 2014 and now the NSS-2 Bridge device has been approved by the Food and Drug Administration for opiate withdraw. The pilot study in the American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse used drug and alcohol addiction outpatient treatment centers between June 2015 and July 2016. This study conclusively showed that we can treat opiate withdraw without pharmacology. The study used eight out-patient addiction treatment centers from 5 states. Each of the participating centers provided qualified physicians, stabilization teams, case managers and counselors. Each individual participant received their own evaluation on their opiate use. These out-patient addiction treatment centers provided data from individuals with a mean drug use of 70 months and 24 months of active opiate drug use. The Bridge Device is not new technology, it has been around for decades. It has endless applications with more coming. In addition to opiate detox this technology branches off into many areas and is currently FDA approved for back and knee pain, and major depressive disorders. Physicians, addiction treatment centers and opiate detox centers have limited options in treating opiate addiction including naltrexone, buprenorphine and methadone. Buprenorphine includes Suboxone, Zubsolv and Bunavail, and the newest being Probuphine a sub-dermal implant. Methadone options include Dolophine, Symoron, Amidone and Methadose. Naltrexone, sold under the brand names Vivtrol and ReVia. In addition there are some comfort medications including clonidine, vistaril, baclofen and trazodone, however they do a poor job of bridging the gap to Vivitrol. You can get more education on how and why these drugs are administered for medication assisted treatment be reading this article “What Does Medication Assisted Treatment for Generation Z.” The bridge device is the first non-narcotic option with little to no side effects in treating the heroin epidemic. We are losing more than 150 lives per day to this epidemic. This device eliminates the need for Buprenorphine or methadone. It is saving many lives by bridging the gap transiting individuals to Vivitrol. The bridge device is being used by drug and alcohol addiction treatment centers across the US. Some of the other many areas of clinical studies with the Bridge Device are being conducted by the National Institutes of Health (NIH) is post-operative pain control. And others include Cranial Nerves on the Auto-regulatory Hemodynamics, Contact Behavioral Health Network Resources, 6220 SW 15th Ct, Pompano Beach, FL, 33068 561-235-6195 to get information on the bridge device NSS-2
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Dope City Episode 4: The User
 
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The deadliest of the main hard narcotics from Mexican cartels is heroin—which the correspondent unexpectedly finds from a homeless man on the streets of east L.A., a journey that ultimately ends at a luxury rehab and raises questions about the future of drug treatment and efficacy of America’s drug policy. Watch the rest of the series here: http://ply.by/vWCYqD Executive Producer: Brian Berkowitz Producer/Host: Yoonj Kim Producer: Terren Lin Subscribe to World of Playboy: http://ply.by/FATDNT Check out the Playboy Store: http://ply.by/We5Wrm DJs On Series: http://ply.by/6zfKlb The April Rose Files: http://ply.by/T7OwdB Journalista: http://ply.by/ZmbA5L Events: http://ply.by/UJ939p The Playboy Garage: http://ply.by/4ooeR9 Interviews: http://ply.by/SMUqOd The Truth Abouts: http://ply.by/FlqGMs This Month in Playboy History: http://ply.by/1BdoJi Follow Playboy: Facebook: http://ply.by/UJ5Tbl Twitter: http://ply.by/Ac7Oxb Instagram: http://ply.by/wLFAdb Snapchat: Playboy
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(CC) Really Fast Visual Top 200 Drugs Closed Captioned Final 14 minute Pharmacology Suffix Review
 
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Website: https://www.memorizingpharmacology.com/ Use the closed captioning pharmacology help, it will really help you see the drug names as I speak! I do a more visual and mnemonic review quick review of the 200 drugs in Memorizing Pharmacology
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Get off oxy and other opiates
 
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Uses of Himalaya Confido Tablet | How to Use Himalaya Confido Tablet
 
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Uses of Himalaya Confido Tablet | Himalaya Confido Review | How to Use Himalaya Confido Tablet Uses of Himalaya Confido tablet दोस्तों इस विडियो में hamne हिमालया कोन्फिड़ो टेबलेट के बारे में पूरी जानकारी आपके लिए शेयर की है. Ham ummed karte hai की ये जानकारी आप सब के लिए बहुत ही उपयोगी साबित होगी. तो दोस्तों Uses of Himalaya Confido tablet विडियो को ज़रूर देखिये. and hamare चैनल को सब्सक्राइब ज़रूर कीजिये ताकि आपको हर रोज एक नई जानकारी जान्ने को मिले. Uses of himalaya confido tablet iss video se aap apni dukhi zindagi ko khush haal bana sakte hai. to plaese Himalaya confido use iss video ko last tak poora dekhe. Thanks For Watching If You Have Any Question Related This Video So Comment Down Below. And Don't Forget To Subscribe.... Check out more Videos Here : Ayurvedic Products Reviews in Hindi: https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLU4LkIGkvNOpk_SaFpOvfUfaDbkNxGsYn Health Education in Hindi https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLU4LkIGkvNOrIUv8UVc8x-bRPjSnBNZxR मरदाना कमज़ोरी के घरेलु उपाय : https://www.youtube.com/playlist?list=PLU4LkIGkvNOrqsyrmVg_aTGEq3MuCnC8q Share, Support, Subscribe !!!! Subscribe : https://www.youtube.com/c/OnlineSexCare Website : http://onlinesexcare.blogspot.in Google+: https://plus.google.com/+onlinesexcare Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/SexCareOnline Twitter : https://www.twitter.com/Onlinesexcare Instagram : https://www.instagram.com/onlinesexcare DISCLAIMER These Videos are only intended for the informational purpose. Any information associated with these videos should not be considered as a substitute for prescription suggested by LOCAL beauty, diet and healthcare professionals, viewers are subjected to use this information at their own risk. This channel doesn't take any responsibility for any harm, side-effects, illness or any health or skin care problems caused due to the use of our content or anything related to this.
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Cardizem Video
 
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We were faced with the following challenge. Cardizem was added as an optional medication for the region. We opted to use it because of its apparent benefits over Lopressor and the fact that it can be used standing order. The issue is that the only cost effective preparation requires some specific education regarding its use. We felt that there needed to be training beyond what was covered in the CNYEMS rollout before we put this medication on the rigs. We did not have time to put everyone through face-to-face training so we are trying this different approach. We made a video. A bunch of us (who would probably have preferred to remain anonymous if you didn't already know who we are) made the above video. Rescue 911, for those of you who don't recall, was one of the original "reality" TV shows that began its original run in 1989. It is known for being hosted by William Shatner and including rather melodramatic clips of personal interviews during the recreation of each incident. The first part of the video is modeled after the show. Following this are director's comments reminiscent of a late night infomercial. We even have an appearance by our own Air-1 pilot, Sergeant "Lieutenant" Jim. Finally, I would like your feedback. We are implementing training ideas on a trial and error basis (a highly heuristic method, if you will). So far we have received excellent feedback on the rig check reviews. Feedback is imperative to make sure that we provide you with material that is worthwhile and meeting your needs. Special thanks goes out to everyone who participated. I'd especially like to recognize folks behind the scenes including Dan who spent a bunch of time shooting footage, editing and adding effects and my partner in training (and cinematic producer / director) Susie. Thank you. --Dr. Fullagar WAVES Member Specific Information: The first portion of the video contains a number of answers, if you pay close attention, to the quiz you were e-mailed. The second portion has somewhat more direct answers to questions with a demonstration on how to mix and draw up the diltiazem properly. WAVES ALS Providers: Please complete and return the quiz you were e-mailed to Susie. The quiz helps us document that you have an understanding of the content that was trying to be conveyed.
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Compassionate Tapering of Opioids: Why and How Webinar
 
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A major provision of Maine’s new opioid prescribing law will soon require providers to limit the daily opioid dosages of chronic pain patients. But how can providers meet this legal requirement while also limiting their patients’ distress? This webinar offers answers by exploring the effectiveness of high dose opioids, looking at pain control alternatives, delving into Morphine Milligram Equivalents and sharing techniques for effectively and compassionately tapering opioid dosages to below legal limits and, ultimately, to zero.
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Codeine up-scheduling workshop | Dr Malcom Hogg (Presentation 1)
 
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From 1 February 2018, medicines containing codeine will no longer be available over the counter in pharmacies. The Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) is working in collaboration with Primary Health Networks and pain specialists to ensure health professionals dealing with chronic and acute pain management have alternative strategies to use in preparation for 1 February and beyond. As part of this work, the TGA hosted a national series of workshops on the up-scheduling of codeine. These sessions provided attendees the opportunity to engage with senior TGA representatives, as well as leading specialists in acute and chronic pain management and addiction.
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Pronounce Amlodipine | SpeakMedical
 
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How to pronounce Amlodipine
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NCLEX Nursing Interventions for Amlodipine -- Top NCLEX Meds
 
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Learn the Top Meds on NCLEX RN exam http://www.amazon.com/dp/B00EMLFF0S/ref=rdr_kindle_ext_tmb Get NCLEX and Nursing tips @ https://www.facebook.com/nclex.preceptor and http://www.pinterest.com/nclexp/ Author is Registered Nurse Jonathan Small Drug information provided by: Micromedex US Brand Name Norvasc Descriptions Amlodipine is used alone or together with other medicines to treat angina (chest pain) and high blood pressure (hypertension). High blood pressure adds to the workload of the heart and arteries. If it continues for a long time, the heart and arteries may not function properly. This can damage the blood vessels of the brain, heart, and kidneys, resulting in a stroke, heart failure, or kidney failure. High blood pressure may also increase the risk of heart attacks. These problems may be less likely to occur if blood pressure is controlled. Amlodipine is a calcium channel blocker. It affects the movement of calcium into the cells of the heart and blood vessels. As a result, amlodipine relaxes blood vessels and increases the supply of blood and oxygen to the heart while reducing its workload. This medicine is available only with your doctor's prescription. This product is available in the following dosage forms: Tablet Tablet, Disintegrating In deciding to use a medicine, the risks of taking the medicine must be weighed against the good it will do. This is a decision you and your doctor will make. For this medicine, the following should be considered: Allergies Tell your doctor if you have ever had any unusual or allergic reaction to this medicine or any other medicines. Also tell your health care professional if you have any other types of allergies, such as to foods, dyes, preservatives, or animals. For non-prescription products, read the label or package ingredients carefully. Pediatric Appropriate studies have not been performed on the relationship of age to the effects of amlodipine to treat high blood pressure in children younger than 6 years of age. Safety and efficacy have not been established. Geriatric Appropriate studies performed to date have not demonstrated geriatric-specific problems that would limit the usefulness of amlodipine in the elderly. However, elderly patients are more likely to have age-related kidney, liver, or heart problems, which may require caution and an adjustment in the dose for patients receiving amlodipine. Precautions Drug information provided by: Micromedex It is very important that your doctor check your progress at regular visits to make sure this medicine is working properly. Blood tests may be needed to check for unwanted effects. a Dizziness, lightheadedness, or fainting may also occur if you exercise or if the weather is hot. Heavy sweating can cause loss of too much water and result in low blood pressure. Use extra care during exercise or hot weather. If you have been using this medicine regularly for several weeks, do not suddenly stop using it. Stopping suddenly may cause your chest pain or high blood pressure to come back or get worse. Check with your doctor for the best way to reduce gradually the amount you are taking before stopping completely. Chest pain resulting from exercise or physical exertion is usually reduced or prevented by this medicine. This may tempt you to be too active. Make sure you discuss with your doctor a safe amount of exercise for your medical problem. After taking a dose of this medicine you may get a headache that lasts for a short time. This should become less noticeable after you have taken this medicine for a while. If this effect continues, or if the headaches are severe, check with your doctor. In some patients, tenderness, swelling, or bleeding of the gums may appear soon after treatment with this medicine is started. Brushing and flossing your teeth carefully and regularly and massaging your gums may help prevent this. See your dentist regularly to have your teeth cleaned. Check with your doctor or dentist if you have any questions about how to take care of your teeth and gums, or if you notice any tenderness, swelling, or bleeding of your gums. Do not take other medicines unless they have been discussed with your doctor. This especially includes over-the-counter (nonprescription) medicines for appetite control, asthma, colds, cough, hay fever, or sinus problems, since they may increase your blood pressure.
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Propranolol
 
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Propranolol (INN) is a sympatholytic non-selective beta blocker. Sympatholytics are used to treat hypertension, anxiety and panic. It was the first successful beta blocker developed. Propranolol is available in generic form as Propranolol Hydrochloride; marketed in India under brand names like Ciplar and Ciplar LA by Cipla, also other brands from AstraZeneca and Wyeth under brand names Inderal, Inderal LA, Avlocardyl, Deralin, Dociton, Inderalici, InnoPran XL, Sumial, Anaprilinum, Bedranol SR (Sandoz). It is on the World Health Organization's List of Essential Medicines, a list of the most important medication needed in a basic health system. This video is targeted to blind users. Attribution: Article text available under CC-BY-SA Creative Commons image source in video
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The Surgeon's Role in the Opioid Epidemic: Opportunities to Make a Difference - 3-7-2018
 
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This lecture is part of a series that provides continuing medical education for physicians. After listening to the lecture, participants should be able to: – Describe the current U.S. opioid epidemic and the role of healthcare providers in causing it – List at least three actions surgeons can take to help address over-prescribing of opioid analgesics – Explain several ways we can identify and support patients who are at risk for opioid addiction after surgery – Identify treatment resources for surgical patients with opioid use disorder Introduction: Deborah Marquardt, MD, FACS, assistant professor, General Surgery, UW, physician, Surgical Critical Care, VA Puget Sound Health Care System Speakers: Jared Klein, MD, MPH, assistant professor, Division of General Internal Medicine, director, After-Care Clinic, attending physician, Adult Medicine Clinic, Harborview Medical Center, UW Ivan K. Lesnik, MD, clinical associate professor, Department of Anesthesia & Pain Medicine, co-director, Harborview Medical Center Integrated Pain Care Program, UW Debra B. Gordon, RN, DNP, FAAN, teaching associate, Department of Anesthesiology & Pain Medicine, co-director, Harborview Medical Center Integrated Pain Care Program, UW 03/07/18 https://www.uwsurgery.org/departmentresources/upcoming-special-events/ http://uwtv.org
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Menopause: Navigating the Change (Ashley Dupuis, DO, FACOOG)
 
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During the months or years before menopause, a woman’s body gradually begins to change. It may be helpful to understand these changes and what symptoms can be treated. Join obstetrician and gynecologist Ashley Dupuis, DO, as she discusses the early years transitioning up to menopause, what to expect, and specific symptoms like vaginal dryness, hot flashes, mood swings, irregular periods and more.
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Episode 10: Two Interviews: Eradication of Colon Cancer/MAMMA
 
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First we talk to Gerry Malone from Ontario who cured his cancer with cannabis oil and now helps others to do the same. Our 2nd interview is with Jennifer Mai of the American organization MAMMA: Mothers Advocating Medical Marijuana for Autism who describes the improvement cannabis has made for her own children as well as others. Use next link to contribute to this subtitle www.youtube.com/timedtext_video?v=pYvN7kgc0EU&ref=share
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"Addiction, Abuse, and Safe Opioid Prescribing Practices" by Dr. Sharon Levy, for OPENPediatrics
 
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Please visit: www.openpediatrics.org OPENPediatrics™ is an interactive digital learning platform for healthcare clinicians sponsored by Boston Children's Hospital and in collaboration with the World Federation of Pediatric Intensive and Critical Care Societies. It is designed to promote the exchange of knowledge between healthcare providers around the world caring for critically ill children in all resource settings. The content includes internationally recognized experts teaching the full range of topics on the care of critically ill children. All content is peer-reviewed and open access-and thus at no expense to the user. For further information on how to enroll, please email: openpediatrics@childrens.harvard.edu Please note: OPENPediatrics does not support nor control any related videos in the sidebar, these are placed by Youtube. We apologize for any inconvenience this may cause. Addiction, Abuse, and Safe Opioid Prescribing Practices, by Dr. Sharon Levy. Hi, I'm Sharon Levy. And this presentation is on pain management and specifically safe opioid prescribing practices. I'm the director of the Adolescent Substance Abuse Program here at Boston Children's Hospital and also a developmental pediatrician. The objectives of this presentation are to review the epidemiology of opioid misuse, abuse, and dependence; to review opioid neurobiology; to illustrate safe opioid prescribing practices; to highlight the differences between addiction and what we sometimes call pseudoaddiction; and to review special considerations when treating patients with pain and a history of substance abuse or dependence. Epidemiology of Opioid Misuse and Abuse. This slide shows data from the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration. The data was collected between 2002 and 2009. And it shows trends in misuse of opioid medication among adolescents.
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Training Video For Application of Transdermal Patches
 
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Aveva Drug Delivery Systems - An Apotex Company, provides comprehensive instructions on the correct usage and application of transdermal patches.
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Project ECHO Nevada: Information on AB474 - 9/14/17
 
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Dr. John DiMuro discusses the new legislation, AB 474, regarding opiate prescribing in Nevada. For more information on AB 474 and other resources please visit prescribe.365.nv.gov For more information about Project ECHO please visit https://med.unr.edu/echo
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Pharm01 Raymon Sec03
 
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Healthy Living for Life - Opioids—A national epidemic working its way west (Full Version)
 
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America is seeing a sharp increase in the number of opioid-related deaths. Nearly half of all opioid overdose deaths involve prescription opioids. This has forced a nationwide push to reduce the number of deaths caused by opioid overdoses. We’ll look at the issues leading to this nationwide epidemic and along the way learn what’s being done to curtail opioid abuse and misuse. Healthy Living for Life is a weekly series sponsored, produced and hosted by Mountain-Pacific Quality Health. Healthy Living for Life offers a line-up of guests who will cover some tough topics like taking the keys from an aging parent, caregiver burnout and making end-of-life decisions. We’ll also have experts who can offer tips for staying safe in the hospital and getting the most out of visits with your doctor. Visit www.hlf.life for more information. Air times in Montana are 8:00 AM on Sunday mornings on KTMF, KFBB, KWYB and KHBB and 6:30 AM on KULR8. Air times for SWX (cable television) are Saturdays at 9:30 AM. Check us out on Facebook at https://www.facebook.com/mpqhf/.
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Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome
 
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This Webcast presented a discussion of Neonatal Abstinence Syndrome (NAS) and quality improvement projects undertaken by perinatal and neonatal quality improvement collaboratives to address NAS, including project challenges and successes. It concludes with participant questions. The videos referenced in the presentation are part of a larger tool available from the Vermont Oxford Network. Comments on this video are allowed in accordance with our comment policy: http://www.cdc.gov/SocialMedia/Tools/CommentPolicy.html This video can also be viewed at http://www.cdc.gov/reproductivehealth/MaternalInfantHealth/PQC_Webinars.html
Conversations Live: Heroin Epidemic
 
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Patty Satalia and guest experts discuss the heroin crisis, what led to this deadly health problem, plus prevention and treatment.
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