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Hi Dr. Kelman.
As a Certified Registered Nurse Anesthetist with a PhD and research in pain pathophysiology, I would like to share some relatively new information. Both our and several other laboratories have discovered that chronic opioid therapy causes an increase in inflammation in the spinal cord pain neurons through a complex pathway involving glial cell responses to opioids via the mu opioid receptor. Most chronic pain anesthesiologists would agree that opioid therapy is not the answer for chronic pain, as eventually, this long-term effect begins to worsen pain as larger doses of opioids are required due to the development of tolerance. Certainly, we would agree that narcotics should be used for short term, acute pain. But then as soon as possible, the patient should graduate to non-opioids. Thus, acetaminophen and cautious use of naproxen with the guidance of the cardiologist or pain specialist may be the best solution for cardiac patients with intractable arthritis pain, not to mention multimodal approaches like pain blocks, rehab exercise, acupuncture, and guided meditation. Good luck everybody! It’s such a hard problem!!