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Buprenorphine initiation in the ER found safe and effective for individuals with opioid use disorder who use fentanyl

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W/historically high OD death rates in U.S., multi-site NIH study reinforces importance of continued, uninterrupted access to addiction meds [] [View as webpage / Share]( [NIH National Institute on Drug Abuse] NEWS [Doctor discussing care with a patient in the emergency room.] Buprenorphine initiation in the ER found safe and effective for individuals with opioid use disorder who use fentanyl Results from a multi-site clinical trial supported by the National Institutes of Health showed that less than 1% of people with opioid use disorder whose drug use includes fentanyl experienced withdrawal when starting buprenorphine in the emergency department. The findings, which appeared today in JAMA Network Open, are strong evidence that buprenorphine, a medication approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration to treat opioid use disorder, can be safely started in the emergency department without triggering withdrawal, even for people who use stronger opioids. Clinician concern over this type of withdrawal can be a barrier to using this treatment. [View Press Release]( Stay Connected [facebook]([twitter]([linkedin]([youtube]( --------------------------------------------------------------- View topics of interest, update your subscriptions, modify your password or email address, alter frequency of bulletins, or stop subscriptions at any time on your [Subscriber Preferences Page](. You will need to use your email address to log in. If you have questions or problems with the subscription service, please visit [subscriberhelp.govdelivery.com](. This service is provided to you at no charge by [National Institute on Drug Abuse](. --------------------------------------------------------------- This email was sent to {EMAIL} using govDelivery Communications Cloud on behalf of National Institutes of Health: National Institute on Drug Abuse · 3WFN MSC 6024 · 16071 Industrial Dr ·Dock 11 · Gaithersburg, MD 20877 [GovDelivery logo](

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