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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Oct 28
The VA's mistreatment of pain "is giving vets a second chance to die for their country" - a Marine.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Oct 29
For 1st time in Medicine the limitation of pain medicine-the experiment by CDC has failed miserably w great pain & even death.
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Chad M Brummett Oct 29
Peri-articular liposomal bupivacaine (Exparel) does NOT improve after total knee. Day 2 and 3 pain and no different when compared to plain bupivacaine. Not measured but assumed, cost MUCH ⬆️ with liposomal bupiv without benefit.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Oct 24
60% of vets have pain bad enough 2 need opiate pain meds. It is now law they be tapered off using CDC anti-pain dogma. Why?
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Dana Telem 4h
Important work by assessing new persistent use after inguinal hernia repair in ✨Filling a prescription BEFORE surgery was the largest driver of new persistent use. ✨ Thoughts? Eliminate convenience prescribing? Multimodal preop pain mgmt?
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD 17h
"Thomas F. Kline, M.D. writes: Deaths from narcotic overdoses usually involve multiple, non-prescribed, street drugs, not pain medicines prescribed by caring doctors."
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Oct 23
Who said primary care doctors could not take of pain? We have been doing it for 100's of years. CDC says we now unqualified?
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Oct 30
The actual number of addicted people per capita is the same today in the U.S., Canada and the UK as it was in 1920.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD 5h
We need to stop using the word Opioid or opiate in our conversations just say pain medicine.
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Alam Chaudry 2m
Soon you will discover links to new gangs as they provide global logistics capabilities for them to supply and destroy whatever left of intelligible Western societies. and aren’t the only addiction they are working on!
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Oct 23
The war on drugs cost has hit 1000 billion dollars - all fought over natural pain relievers.
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Jefferey Jaxen Oct 25
Lockdowns while there’s a simmering problem...And is paying $8B & pleading to criminal counts per DOJ. Not wise or scientific
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Oct 22
Not treating pain has become a national priority.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Oct 29
"High potential for abuse" all opiate from lowest codeine to highest suboxone can all trigger receptor "street " addiction.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Oct 25
If a doctor or a friend says you're certainly don't look like you're in pain, what is the answer to the question? How should I look?
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AJPH Oct 30
New study of -exposed infants in Massachusetts finds that non-Hispanic Black and Hispanic women were significantly less likely to receive medication for opioid use disorder (MOUD) during pregnancy compared with non-Hispanic White women
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MJ Oct 27
Review of economic evaluations in research, hot off the press: - the most frequently evaluated strategies were methadone/buprenorphine treatments - the only harm reduction strategy was naloxone - prevention strategies were largely ignored!
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Oct 28
The mass hysteria is so bad that even doctors with painful diseases are being cutoff without tapering.
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Thomas Kline MD, PhD Oct 26
The wildfire of fear of addiction masked as "preventing overdose deaths" is worsening w our trusted druggists refusing to fill.
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F4CP Oct 27
Adults who regularly utilize chiropractic care are 55% less likely to fill an prescription.
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