Why Opting Out of Opioids Can Be Dangerous in the Operating Room

June 10, 2022

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Presented by The Conversation

As the opioid crisis continues and drug overdoses reach record highs, some patients are opting out of opioids entirely, but a team of physicians from Michigan Medicine warns this may be harmful to patients. The faculty experts explore non-opioid directives and the role of opioids in anesthesia and the operating room.

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