Dr. Bonner's Research Published in Medscape
“Novel 'Blended Therapy' May Help Cut High-Dose Opioid Use”
“BOSTON — A novel "blended therapy" may help pain patients who are taking high doses of opioids to reduce their intake to safer levels without reducing efficacy or causing withdrawal symptoms, preliminary research suggests.
In a small study, participants received blended therapy consisting of hydroxyzine pamoate and codeine plus ondansetron, gabapentin, and docusate.
"There were no side effects, no withdrawal, and a decrease in pain," Dennis J. Bonner, MD, St. Mary Medical Center and Bonner Pain Management, Levittown, Pennsylvania, told Medscape Medical News.”
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