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Opioid Use, Overuse, and Abuse in Otolaryngology

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Prescription opioid abuse has become a major issue around the world, especially within the United States and Canada. Surgeons' high rate of opioid prescriptions places them in a critical position of working with patients to manage their pain. Opioid Use, Overuse, and Abuse in Otolaryngology, edited by Dr. Ryan J. Li of Oregon Health and Sciences University, takes a comprehensive, practical look at the national opioid epidemic and provides specific otolaryngology-specific data on chronic opioid usage.
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Introduction (Author-Ryan Li; will include content on the current national opioid epidemic, and an introduction to otolaryngology-specific data on chronic opioid usage. Each chapter will provide a more detailed summary of currently available research data).

Chapter 1: A historical perspective on perioperative pain management in otolaryngology-head and neck surgery (Author-Dr. Virginie Achim, University of Illinois-Chicago)

Chapter 2: Perioperative pain management in otolaryngology from an anesthesiology perspective (Author-Dr. Miriam Treggiari, Yale University, and Dr. Jason Yong, Harvard University).

Chapter 3: Perioperative pain management in pediatric otolaryngology (Authors-Dr. Carol MacArthur, OHSU, and Dr. David Tunkel, Johns Hopkins Hospital)

Chapter 4: Perioperative pain management in rhinology and anterior skull base surgery (Authors-Dr. Dan Beswick, University of Colorado, and Dr. Timothy Smith, OHSU)

Chapter 5: Perioperative pain management in facial plastic and reconstructive surgery (Authors-Dr. Linda Lee, Harvard University, Dr. Myriam Loyo Li, OHSU)

Chapter 6: Perioperative pain management in neurotology (Authors-Dr. Daniel Sun, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Dr. Charles Limb, University of California San Francisco)

Chapter 7: Perioperative pain management in the treatment of head and neck cancer (Authors-Dr. Ryan Li, OHSU, and Dr. John Holland, OHSU)

Chapter 8: Nonopioid analgesic options for otolaryngology-head and neck surgery patients: NSAIDs, Acetaminophen, Gabapentinoids, Cannabinoids, and local anesthesia. (Author-Yen Pham, Director of Pharmacy, OHSU)

Chapter 9: Opioid addiction management in the outpatient setting (Author-Dr. Julia Shi, Yale University)

Chapter 10: Objective monitoring and analysis of opioid utilization (Author-Dr. Ryan Li, OHSU)

Chapter 11: International perioperative pain management approaches (Author-Dr. Jason Chan, Chinese University of Hong Kong.

Chapter 12 A structured approach to perioperative pain management (Author-Dr. Maisie Shindo, OHSU)

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