Practical Considerations for the Clinical Use of Buprenorphine

@inproceedings{Jones2004PracticalCF,
  title={Practical Considerations for the Clinical Use of Buprenorphine},
  author={Hendr{\'e}e E Jones},
  booktitle={Science & practice perspectives},
  year={2004}
}
Buprenorphine is a new and attractive medication option for many opioid-addicted adults and their physicians. Before initiating buprenorphine treatment, providers must be aware of such critical factors as how the medication works, its efficacy and safety profile, how it is used in opioid withdrawal as well as maintenance treatment, and how patients can best be selected, educated about buprenorphine, and monitored throughout treatment. This article reviews these important issues as well as… CONTINUE READING

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