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Essentially, this is what’s happening when you perform surgery on a buprenorphine (Suboxone®) patient, but with some inherent analgesia activity from the buprenorphine.
Make no mistake; in this case, the adjuvant therapeutic options (regional nerve blocks, IV acetaminophen and ibuprofen, pregabalin, SNRIs, etc.) become the principal analgesic treatments, and AOT becomes the adjuvant – exactly opposite to what we’re all used to.
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Imagine bringing a patient to surgery on a naloxone (Narcan®) intravenous continuous infusion that you cannot stop for at least 2-3 days post-operatively.