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Introduction to Palliative Care and Opioids Use
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Opioids switching is justified in cases of lack of response to the first opioidCorrectIncorrect
Elderly patients (>65 years of old ) require less dose of morphineCorrectIncorrect
Morphine is the strong opioid of choice for patients with severe cancer painCorrectIncorrect
Fentanyl is more potent than morphineCorrectIncorrect
The conversion ratio of oxycodone to morphine is 2:1CorrectIncorrect
Strong Opioids have a ceiling dose that you can not exceed, otherwise side effects may occurCorrectIncorrect
A transdermal fentanyl patch of 25 mcg/hr is almost equal to 200 mg oral morphineCorrectIncorrect
A pain Score of 4/10 requires the use of weak opioidsCorrectIncorrect
Adjuvant drugs on the WHOstep ladder are not analgesic in their initial mode of actionCorrectIncorrect
Weak opioids have a ceiling dose that you cannot exceed , otherwise side effectsmay occurCorrectIncorrect
Ibuprofen is an example of an adjuvant drug on the WHO step ladderCorrectIncorrect
Fentanyl is a strong opioid that can be safely used in a patient with renal failureCorrectIncorrect
Tramadol is considered a weak opioidCorrectIncorrect
When converting a patient from IV morphine to oral morphine , you divide the IV dose by 2CorrectIncorrect
Opioids titration is preferably done every 24-48 hoursCorrectIncorrect
The PRN dose of any strong opioid is 10 % of the background 24 hour doseCorrectIncorrect
Methadone is the strong opioid of the choice for refractory neuropathic painCorrectIncorrect
Opioid induced constipation is dependant on the dose of opioid usedCorrectIncorrect
Opioid induced side effects can be adequately prevented by adequate opioid titrationCorrectIncorrect
Opioids switching is justified in cases of undesirable side effectsCorrectIncorrect