Opioid Sparing Outcomes, Non-Opioid Alternatives To Get Spotlight From US FDA Advisory Cmte.
The advisory committee will discuss a broad range of questions on a facet of FDA's opioid strategy that has received less attention than the others.
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Advisory committee agreed that statistically significant reduction in average opioid use and decrease in absolute amount were insufficient components on their own; a decrease in duration of use and a decrease in the amount of patients who don't need opioids received some support.
FDA has always described its role as stopping short of regulating the practice of medicine. When it comes to opioids, that is no longer the case.