Journal CME - 2016 April
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Journal CME - 2016 April


Anesthesiologists and surgeons face three challenges in the quest to provide optimum perioperative pain care, particularly within the growing domain of “shared responsibility” for patients’ surgical outcomes with other physicians and providers. Two challenges are well known, and the third may not have yet registered in the collective conscience of the specialties.

CME Credit: 1.00 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit™

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  1. Recognize the growing problem of prescription opioid abuse in the United States (2,4)

  2. Describe the tenuous balance between providing adequate postoperative analgesia and the risk of...

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