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Substance Use: Take Home Suboxone (buprenorphine/naloxone) [English] Permalink Public

Instructions for when to take, how to take, and how it works. Also includes list of Opiate Agonist Treatment Clinics. (English) Black & White

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Diagnosis and Therapy:
  • Drug, Fluid and Nutrition Therapy,
  • Prevention and Wellness
Disorders and Conditions:
  • Mental Health and Behaviour,
  • Substance Use
  • Withdrawal,
  • Treatment,
  • Overdose,
  • Self-Medication,
  • Self-administered,
  • Induction,
  • Opioid,
  • Substance,
  • OAT,
  • Opiate,
  • Induce,
  • Dope,
  • Sick,
  • SOWS,
  • Side,
  • Effects
  • All
  • Emergency,
  • Mental Health and Substance Use
Revision Date:
May 19, 2021
1. Government of BC. (2019). Day 1 Starting Suboxone. Retrieved from 2. Handelsman, L., Cochrane, K. J., Aronson, M. J., Ness, R., Rubinstein, K. J., & Kanof, P. D. (1987). Two new rating scales for opiate withdrawal. The American Journal of Drug and Alcohol Abuse, 13(3), 293-308.
Reproduction Rights:
Page 1 Images: CC 3.0 BY/Freepik/ Subjective Opiate Withdrawal Scale (SOWS) on Page 2: Handelsman L et al. AM J Drug Alcohol Abuse.1987
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