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Treating Comorbid Opioid Addiction and Dependence in Chronic Pain

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Treating Comorbid Opioid Addiction and Dependence in Chronic Pain
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Treating Comorbid Opioid Addiction and Dependence in Chronic Pain
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Treating Comorbid Opioid Addiction and Dependence in Chronic Pain
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Treating Comorbid Opioid Addiction and Dependence in Chronic Pain
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  • Preface -- Contents -- Contributors -- Part I: Diagnosis and Treatment -- Chapter 1: Theories of Pain and Addiction: Type of Pain, Pathways to Opiate Addiction -- 1.1 Introduction -- 1.2 Theories of Pain -- 1.3 Development of Addiction -- 1.3.1 Positive Reinforcement -- 1.3.2 Negative Reinforcement -- 1.3.3 Special Considerations in Pain -- 1.4 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 2: The Epidemiology of Pain and Opioid Abuse -- 2.1 The Epidemiology of Pain and Opioid Abuse -- References -- Chapter 3: Alternative Treatments -- 3.1 Cognitive-Behavioral Therapy -- 3.2 Acceptance and Commitment Therapy -- 3.3 Biofeedback -- 3.4 Hypnosis -- 3.5 Acupuncture -- 3.6 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 4: Evaluating the Biopsychosocial Milieu of Chronic Pain -- 4.1 Introduction -- 4.2 Background -- 4.3 Potential Concerns -- 4.4 Examination of the Evidence -- 4.5 Current Recommendations for Chronic Pain Assessments -- 4.6 Performing the Assessment: The Biological Assessment -- 4.7 The Social Assessment -- 4.8 The Psychological Assessment -- 4.9 Special Considerations for the Substance Using Patient -- 4.10 Summary -- References -- Chapter 5: Clinical Measurement of Pain, Opioid Addiction, and Functional Status -- 5.1 Introduction -- 5.2 Overview of Chronic Pain -- 5.3 Measurement of Chronic Pain -- 5.3.1 Intensity and Functional Status -- 5.4 Measure of Affective and Sensory aspects of Pain -- 5.5 Neurocognitive or Communication Problems -- 5.6 Psychological and Functional Assessment of Chronic Pain -- 5.6.1 Pain Catastrophizing -- 5.6.2 Kinesiophobia -- 5.7 Acceptance of Pain -- 5.8 Chronic Pain and Risk of Suicide -- 5.9 Opioid Use Disorder in Chronic Pain Patients -- 5.10 Opioid Use Disorder Defined -- 5.11 Assessing Risk of Aberrant Behaviors and Opioid Misuse -- 5.12 Ongoing Misuse of Pain Medication -- 5.13 Adherence to Opioid Agreements
  • 5.14 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 6: Methadone and Buprenorphine: The Place of Opiate Replacement Therapies -- 6.1 Methadone -- 6.1.1 Pharmacology -- 6.1.2 Clinical Use for Opioid Use Disorder -- 6.1.3 Pain and Opioid Use Disorder -- 6.2 Buprenorphine -- 6.2.1 Pharmacology -- 6.2.2 Clinical Use for Opioid Use Disorder -- 6.2.3 Pain and Opioid Use Disorder -- 6.3 Methadone vs. Buprenorphine/Naloxone -- 6.4 Summary -- References -- Chapter 7: Interventional and Surgical Approaches to the Cervical and Lumbar Spine for Chronic Noncancer Pain -- 7.1 Introduction -- 7.2 Lumbar Interlaminar Epidural Steroid Injection -- 7.3 Lumbar Transforaminal Steroid Injection -- 7.4 Lumbar Hemilaminectomy and Discectomy -- 7.5 Lumbar Medial Branch Blocks -- 7.6 Lumbar Medial Branch Radiofrequency Ablation -- 7.7 Sacroiliac Joint Injection -- 7.8 Vertobroplasty/Kyphoplasty -- 7.9 Discography -- 7.10 Lumbar Fusion -- 7.11 Cervical Interlaminar Epidural Steroid Injection -- 7.12 Cervical Transforaminal Steroid Injection -- 7.13 Cervical Medial Branch Blocks -- 7.14 Cervical Medial Branch Radiofrequency Ablations -- 7.15 Cervical Fusion -- 7.16 Spinal Cord Stimulation -- 7.17 Intrathecal Opioid Pump -- 7.18 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 8: Special Issues in the Treatment of Women -- 8.1 Pain in Women -- 8.2 Opioid Treatment of Pain in Women -- 8.3 Opioid Use Disorders in Women -- 8.4 Pharmacologic Treatment of Opioid Use Disorders in Women -- 8.5 Opioid Use Disorders in Pregnant Women -- 8.6 Treatment of Opioid Use Disorders in Pregnant and Lactating Women -- 8.7 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 9: Managing Chronic Pain in Older Adults -- 9.1 Introduction -- 9.2 Complications of Pain Management in Older Adults -- 9.3 Assessment of Pain in Older Adults -- 9.4 Principles for Management of Pain in Older Adults
  • 9.5 Nonpharmacological Approaches to Managing Pain -- 9.6 Non-opioid Analgesics for Managing Pain in Older Adults -- 9.7 Management of Neuropathic Pain in Older Adults -- 9.8 Opioid Pain Management in Older Adults -- 9.9 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 10: What Is Recovery? -- References -- Part II: Ethical, Legal, Regulatory, and Policy Issues -- Chapter 11: Commonly Used Interventions Intended to Limit Diversion and Abuse in Patients Receiving Opioid Therapy for Chronic Pain: Clinical Utility and Empirical Support -- 11.1 Introduction -- 11.2 Studies Combining Multiple Safeguards: Complex Interventions for a Complex Group of Patients -- 11.3 Specific Clinical Safeguards -- 11.3.1 Role of Urine Drug Testing in Medication Monitoring of Patients with chronic pain -- 11.3.2 Pill (Patch) Counts -- 11.3.3 Substance Use Agreements -- 11.4 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 12: Prescription Monitoring Programs -- 12.1 Introduction -- 12.2 What Are PDMPs? -- 12.3 Information in PDMPs -- 12.4 Utility of PDMPs in Clinical Practice -- 12.5 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 13: Federal Involvement in Pain Management Policy -- 13.1 Food and Drug Administration -- 13.2 Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services -- 13.3 Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration -- 13.4 National Institutes of Health -- 13.5 The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention -- 13.6 Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality -- 13.7 Health Resources and Services Administration -- 13.8 Office of the National Drug Control Policy -- 13.9 Drug Enforcement Administration -- 13.10 Indian Health Services, Department of Veterans Affairs, and Department of Defense -- 13.11 Indian Health Services -- 13.12 Department of Defense and the Department of Veterans Affairs -- 13.13 Conclusion -- Part III: Best Practices and Practice Models
  • Chapter 14: Multidisciplinary Pain Clinics -- 14.1 Introduction -- 14.2 Comorbid Chronic Pain and Opioid Use Disorders -- 14.3 Challenges to Managing Chronic Pain in Patients with Comorbid Opioid Use Disorders -- 14.4 Clinical Guidelines for the Management of Chronic Pain in Patients with Co-occurring Opioid Use Disorder -- 14.5 Models of Pain Treatment -- 14.6 Disciplines Represented Within Multidisciplinary Pain Clinics -- 14.7 Advantages of Multidisciplinary Pain Clinics -- 14.8 Treatment Efficacy and Cost-Effectiveness -- 14.9 Challenges/Considerations of Multidisciplinary Pain Clinics -- 14.10 Conclusion -- References -- Chapter 15: The Role of the Emergency Department in Chronic Pain Treatment -- 15.1 Introduction -- 15.2 What Is an Acute Exacerbation of Chronic Pain? -- 15.3 Treatment of AECP Patients -- 15.3.1 Managing Patient Expectations -- 15.3.2 Diagnosis -- 15.4 Opioids in the Management of AECP -- 15.5 Non-opioid and Combination Analgesia -- 15.6 Barriers to Treating Patients with AECP -- 15.7 Clinical Approach to Acute Exacerbation of Chronic Pain -- 15.8 Conclusions -- References -- Chapter 16: Assessing and Treating Co-occurring Mental Illness -- 16.1 Introduction -- 16.2 Overview of Chapter -- 16.2.1 Assessment -- 16.3 Mood Disorders -- 16.3.1 Epidemiology -- 16.3.2 Treatment -- 16.4 Anxiety Disorders -- 16.4.1 Epidemiology -- 16.4.2 Treatment -- 16.5 Posttraumatic Stress Disorder -- 16.5.1 Epidemiology -- 16.5.2 Treatment -- 16.6 Psychotic Disorders -- 16.6.1 Epidemiology -- 16.6.2 Treatment -- 16.7 Personality Disorders -- 16.7.1 Epidemiology -- 16.7.2 Treatment -- 16.8 Attention Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder -- 16.8.1 Epidemiology -- 16.8.2 Treatment -- 16.9 Eating Disorders -- 16.10 Summary -- References -- Chapter 17: Assessing and Treating Co-occurring Substance Abuse
  • 17.1 Non-opioid Substance Abuse, Chronic Pain, and Opioid Use Disorder: A Complex Interaction -- 17.1.1 Common Patterns of Co-occurring Substance Abuse -- 17.2 Rationale for the Need to Actively Assess and Treat for Comorbid Substance Abuse -- 17.2.1 Risk of Overdose and Death -- 17.2.2 Tobacco -- 17.2.3 Alcohol -- 17.2.4 Benzodiazepines -- 17.2.5 Cannabis -- 17.2.6 Cocaine -- 17.3 Approach to Assessment of Co-occurring Substance Abuse -- 17.3.1 Urine Toxicology -- 17.3.2 Prescription Monitoring Programs -- 17.3.3 Consultation with Other Specialties -- 17.4 Approach to Treatment of Co-occurring Substance Abuse -- 17.4.1 Medication Management -- 17.4.2 Tobacco -- 17.4.3 Alcohol -- 17.4.4 Psychotherapy -- References -- Index
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