When opioids became America's abusive drug, women received at the end of admission. Even though drug-related incidents have been duplicated since 1999, it is also clear that women have had more impact on opioid epidemic than men. Coast to coast, the number of women who use unexpectedly prescription drugs and their dependence has increased dramatically.
A new report by the Health Research and Quality Agency (AHRQ) has shown that there is an increase in the number of women who have been admitted to hospital for drug-related incidents, including heroin and prescription medications. The report is based on a national database that includes more than 40 countries' hospital statistics. Along with a detailed report of the opioid epidemic, the report also gives light to the lives of men and women in the emergency management (ED) and drug-related incidents. Some of the main points of the report are as follows:
- The hospital remainsIn 2005, more women remained in the hospital than women (145.6 out of 127.8 against 100,000), from 2005 to 2014. There was a sharp increase in the opioid hospital for women. and 55 percent for men. The problem is that for men and women living in the opioid hospital in 2014 more or less similar (225 to 224.1 per 100,000 population).
- ED visits2005 Among men, the higher rates of HIV infection were women (99.9 out of 100,000) instead of 78.6, the opioid NGO was almost doubled both for men and women (men – 103%, women – 95%). percent growth) decade.
Some of the other observations were as follows:
- The incidence of ED related to opioids has increased faster than the hospital survivor. 2005 and 2014 ED visits with opioids have accelerated faster than the level of opioid remnants. Men were the numbers (103 ECD visits, of which 55 were inpatient) and women (95 visited 75 hospitals).
- Opioid Hospitalization for Women in Three Countries: In Maryland, West Virginia and Massachusetts, the number of opioid patients was hospitalized above the above. Although the average level of hospital treatment was 225 for 100,000 people, over 350 out of 100,000 died in those countries for opiate incidents.
Although the data gap is open for further investigation, research collaborator Anna Elihuser says: "Although this data is not encouraging, it is important to have a better idea of why women are more likely to be hospitalized or why 25-44-year-olds visit the Emergency Department for more age groups."
Negative bias against the individual needs of women in the health sector
As it is evident from several studies, women have more chronic pain due to a number of biological, psychological, and hormonal factors. During pregnancy, pregnancy, and menopause, three different stages of women's life, when tested and endured pain, any drug use can be very dangerous due to hormonal and psychological changes.
Consequently, a woman should consult an expert at drug use at such stages. Unfortunately, instead of facilitating pain relief, health care professionals have a tendency to allow opioids and painkillers to achieve immediate results. Moreover, due to indirect bias in health care, women are likely to be more likely to be measured with more opioids and longer duration than men.
The US Department of Health and Human Rights (HHS) has underscored how women affect the use of prescription opioids. Obviously, women are more likely to have prescription drugs, especially painkillers, compared to men. They probably suffer for avoiding men.
Preventing the potential life of naloxone, opioid overdose, is available to women. 2016 In the event of an emergency emergency care service (EMS) in case of opioid defect, this discrepancy has been for emergency treatment. There are differences between men and women when it comes to treatment with opioid overdose.
Despite being aware of their dependency, women are less likely to seek help. Unlike men, women are avoiding treatment because of the absurd fear of abusing their internal responsibilities. Since women are stereotypes as a philanthropic and moral flag, most of them feel that the desire to speak or treat their attitudes can lead to disgrace and shame on their families.
Not all women who fall into dependence on dependence are heavily dependent, and not all of them are high experiments. Many women have real reasons to use prescription prescriptions. The only disadvantage in their history is that they are unaware or uncertain about when to stop. Therefore, the need for hours is to spread among patients prior to the spread of prescription drugs.