Potentially Deadly Drug Combinations Routinely Prescribed In Treatment of Chronic Pain and Mental Health Conditions

August 17th, 2015

ATForum (8/11/15): Although the rate of prescribing pain medications may be declining, recent studies show no decline in the co-prescribing of opioid pain medications and sedatives. These medications have the potential to interact and can slow breathing and dramatically raise the risk of overdose death.

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