Use of Opioids in Latin America: The Need of an Evidence-Based Change

John Jairo Hernandez Castro, María Antonieta Rico, Durval Campos Kraychete, Aziza Jreige Iskandar, Frantz Colimon, Argelia Lara-Solares, José Alberto Flores Cantisani, César Amescua-Garcia, María del Rocío Guillén Núñez, Patricia Bonilla Sierra, Osvandré Lech, Carlos Guerrero, william Delgado Barrera, Manuel Sempértegui Gallegos, María del Rosario Berenguel Cook, Joäo Batista Santos Garcia, concepción Pérez Hernández

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OBJECTIVE:
The subject of this publication has been focused on local considerations for facilitating regional best practice, including identifying and uniformly adopting the most relevant international guidelines on opioid use (OU) in chronic pain management.

DESIGN AND SETTING:
The Change Pain Latin America (CPLA) Advisory Panel conducted a comprehensive, robust, and critical analysis of published national and international reviews and guidelines of OU, considering those most appropriate for Latin America.

METHODS:
A PubMed search was conducted using the terms "opioid," "chronic," and "pain" and then refined using the filters "practice guidelines" and "within the last 5 years" (2007-2012). Once the publications were identified, they were selected using five key criteria: "Evidence based," "Comprehensive," "From a well-recognized source," "Current publications," and "Based on best practice" and then critically analyzed considering 10 key criteria for determining the most relevant guidelines to be applied in Latin America.

RESULTS:
The initial PubMed search identified 177 reviews and guidelines, which was reduced to 16 articles using the five preliminary criteria. After a secondary analysis according to the 10 key criteria specific to OU in Latin America, 10 publications were selected for critical review and discussion.

CONCLUSIONS:
The CPLA advisory panel considered the "Safe and effective use of opioids for chronic non-cancer pain" (published in 2010 by the NOUGG of Canada) to be valid, relevant to Latin America, practical, evidence-based, concise, unambiguous, and sufficiently educational to provide clear instruction on OU and pain management and, thus, recommended for uniform adoption across the Latin America region.
Idioma originalEnglish (US)
Páginas (desde-hasta)704 - 716
Número de páginas13
PublicaciónPain Medicine
Volumen17
N.º4
DOI
EstadoPublished - abr 2016

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Latin America
Opioid Analgesics
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Guidelines
Pain Management
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Pain
Chronic Pain
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Hernandez Castro, J. J., Rico, M. A., Campos Kraychete, D., Jreige Iskandar, A., Colimon, F., Lara-Solares, A., ... Pérez Hernández, C. (2016). Use of Opioids in Latin America: The Need of an Evidence-Based Change. Pain Medicine, 17(4), 704 - 716. https://doi.org/10.1111/pme.12905
Hernandez Castro, John Jairo ; Rico, María Antonieta ; Campos Kraychete, Durval ; Jreige Iskandar, Aziza ; Colimon, Frantz ; Lara-Solares, Argelia ; Flores Cantisani, José Alberto ; Amescua-Garcia, César ; Guillén Núñez, María del Rocío ; Bonilla Sierra, Patricia ; Lech, Osvandré ; Guerrero, Carlos ; Delgado Barrera, william ; Sempértegui Gallegos, Manuel ; Berenguel Cook, María del Rosario ; Santos Garcia, Joäo Batista ; Pérez Hernández, concepción . / Use of Opioids in Latin America: The Need of an Evidence-Based Change. En: Pain Medicine. 2016 ; Vol. 17, N.º 4. pp. 704 - 716.
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Hernandez Castro, JJ, Rico, MA, Campos Kraychete, D, Jreige Iskandar, A, Colimon, F, Lara-Solares, A, Flores Cantisani, JA, Amescua-Garcia, C, Guillén Núñez, MDR, Bonilla Sierra, P, Lech, O, Guerrero, C, Delgado Barrera, W, Sempértegui Gallegos, M, Berenguel Cook, MDR, Santos Garcia, JB & Pérez Hernández, C 2016, 'Use of Opioids in Latin America: The Need of an Evidence-Based Change', Pain Medicine, vol. 17, n.º 4, pp. 704 - 716. https://doi.org/10.1111/pme.12905

Use of Opioids in Latin America: The Need of an Evidence-Based Change. / Hernandez Castro, John Jairo; Rico, María Antonieta; Campos Kraychete, Durval; Jreige Iskandar, Aziza; Colimon, Frantz; Lara-Solares, Argelia; Flores Cantisani, José Alberto; Amescua-Garcia, César; Guillén Núñez, María del Rocío; Bonilla Sierra, Patricia; Lech, Osvandré; Guerrero, Carlos ; Delgado Barrera, william; Sempértegui Gallegos, Manuel; Berenguel Cook, María del Rosario; Santos Garcia, Joäo Batista; Pérez Hernández, concepción .

En: Pain Medicine, Vol. 17, N.º 4, 04.2016, p. 704 - 716.

Resultado de la investigación: Contribución a RevistaArtículo

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Hernandez Castro JJ, Rico MA, Campos Kraychete D, Jreige Iskandar A, Colimon F, Lara-Solares A y otros. Use of Opioids in Latin America: The Need of an Evidence-Based Change. Pain Medicine. 2016 abr;17(4):704 - 716. https://doi.org/10.1111/pme.12905