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A new resource, Clinical Drug Testing in Primary Care, is now available to help clinicians decide when and how to introduce drug testing in their primary care practices. The publication does not address drug testing for law enforcement or legal purposes, nor does it include testing for the use of anabolic steroids or performance-enhancing substances. Rather, it describes some of the ways that drug testing can contribute to the assessment, diagnosis, and treatment of patients seen in primary care, the management of the treatment of chronic pain, and the identification and treatment of substance use disorders. (Author)
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Pub id: SMA12-4668
2012
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