‘Highest rates of harm were observed with codeine.’


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Codeine and oxycodone were the most prevalent opioids related to ambulance attendances for extramedical opioid use over a six-year period, study finds A retrospective study has analysed 9,823 opioid-related ambulance attendances across Victoria from January 2013 to September 2018. Researchers from Monash University also examined ambulance attendances across NSW, ACT, Northern Territory, Queensland and Tasmania

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