TED > opioid withdrawal

The agony of opioid withdrawal
Travis Rieder

Heroin Withdrawal | First Week In
Jan 23, 2012

Shaun Green > OUD

Fentanyl – Clinical Effects and Related Harm By Dr Shaun Green
PsychScene Hub
Jun 20, 2019
Dr Shaun Green is a clinical toxicologist and emergency medicine physician who works at Austin Health in Melbourne.

fentanyl analogues


Fentanyl and the New Opioids
James DeFrancesco, PhD
CCDG Channel
Jan 21, 2017

Waller & Rubinstein Role Play Talking to Patients on Opioids

Corey Waller & Andrea Rubinstein Role Play Talking to Patients on Opioids (9/22/2016)
California Health Care Foundation
Nov 3, 2016

These two doctors, an addiction medicine specialist and a pain specialist, role-play talking to patients on high doses of opioids to demonstrate best communication strategies to engage the patient in tapering opioid use. Dr. Corey Waller is an addiction medicine specialist and a medical director at Camden Coalition of Healthcare Providers. Dr. Andrea Rubinstein is director of pain medicine at Kaiser Permanente. They spoke at the CHCF-supported Opioid Safety Convening in Oakland, California, in September 2016.


Opioid Overdose: Harm Reduction
National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA/NIH)


Prescription Opioid Withdrawal Symptoms: Assessment, Treatment and Referral
National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA/NIH)

The patient is 38-year-old, married white female with a history of a previous pelvic fracture from bicycle injury 8 months prior and now presents with abdominal pain, nausea, vomiting and agitation.

Buprenorphine Treatment for OUD

Office-based Buprenorphine Treatment for OUD
Sep 27, 2018
National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA/NIH)


Dr. Corey Waller on Prescribing Buprenorphine for Chronic Pain (9/22/2016)
California Health Care Foundation


Buprenorphine induction in the ED
Emergency Physicians Monthly
Mar 4, 2019


Buprenorphine: What You Need To Know
The Drug Classroom
Aug 2, 2016


Transdermal buprenorphine and fentanyl patches in cancer pain
Aug 20, 2017
Dove Medical Press


Puffy hand syndrome

Opioid-induced hyperalgesia

When Opioids Make Pain Worse
March 3, 2018
…I began to notice a strange pattern. These hypersensitive patients often had a history of using opioids.

“… there are limitations to any biological system, and if you exceed them, then bad things will happen,” he says. “And one of those things may be opioid-induced hyperalgesia.”

America’s 8-Step Program for Opioid Addiction

America’s 8-Step Program for Opioid Addiction
Sept. 30, 2017

Opioid addiction has developed such a powerful grip on Americans that some scientists have blamed it for lowering our life expectancy.

Drug overdoses, nearly two-thirds of them from prescription opioids, heroin and synthetic opioids, killed some 64,000 Americans last year, over 20 percent more than in 2015. That is also more than double the number in 2005, and nearly quadruple the number in 2000