Don't Use a Long-Acting Opioid for Initial Therapy

You'll see a push to limit use of LONG-acting opioids for chronic noncancer pain.

It's been common to use long-acting opioids for chronic pain...for dosing convenience and to try to limit breakthrough pain.

But the thinking is changing.

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