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Results   Three states (California, Oregon, and Washington) had medical cannabis laws effective prior to 1999. Ten states (Alaska, Colorado, Hawaii, Maine, Michigan, Montana, Nevada, New Mexico, Rhode Island, and Vermont) enacted medical cannabis laws between 1999 and 2010. States with medical cannabis laws had a % lower mean annual opioid overdose mortality rate (95% CI, −% to −%; P  = .003) compared with states without medical cannabis laws. Examination of the association between medical cannabis laws and opioid analgesic overdose mortality in each year after implementation of the law showed that such laws were associated with a lower rate of overdose mortality that generally strengthened over time: year 1 (−%; 95% CI, −% to −%; P  = .002), year 2 (−%; 95% CI, −% to −%; P  = .01), year 3 (−%; 95% CI, −% to −%; P  = .04), year 4 (−%; 95% CI, −% to −%; P  = .02), year 5 (−%; 95% CI, −% to −%; P  = .008), and year 6 (−%; 95% CI, −% to −%; P  < .001). In secondary analyses, the findings remained similar.

Analgesicos no esteroideos ppt

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