Month: April 2014

The First Line of Tamper Resistance of Prescription Pain Medications is. . . You

One of the four definitions that the Merriam-Webster dictionary offers for tampering is “to render something harmful or dangerous by altering its structure or composition.” There is nothing in the definition about intention, such as intent to break the law, intent “to get high,” or other aberrant drug-related behaviors; just the fact that something that changes structure… Read more »

REMS Education Program

An interview with Kevin L. Zacharoff, MD and licensed, board-certified anesthesiologist about ER/LA opioid REMS and REMS education.

The Beers Criteria

Census data shows that the average number of people in the United States turning 65 each day is approximately 10,000. More people will turn 65 every day for the next 20 years, making this one of the fastest growing segments of the U.S. population. It is reasonable to think that the number of people seeking medical attention for pain-related… Read more »