Systematic Review and Meta‐Analysis on Neuropsychological Effects of Long‐Term Use of Opioids in Patients With Chronic Noncancer Pain

@article{Allegri2019SystematicRA,
  title={Systematic Review and Meta‐Analysis on Neuropsychological Effects of Long‐Term Use of Opioids in Patients With Chronic Noncancer Pain},
  author={N. Allegri and Simona Mennuni and E. Rulli and N. Vanacore and O. Corli and I. Floriani and Irene De Simone and M. Allegri and S. Govoni and T. Vecchi and G. Sandrini and Davide Liccione and E. Biagioli},
  journal={Pain Practice},
  year={2019},
  volume={19}
}
  • N. Allegri, Simona Mennuni, +10 authors E. Biagioli
  • Published 2019
  • Medicine
  • Pain Practice
  • Opioid treatments are often prolonged because of the pathology causing pain. We focused on the cognitive functions in patients with chronic pain treated with opioids. This topic is currently controversial, but in practice, the consequences are important in patients’ daily lives, social interactions, working ability, and driving. 

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