Patients receive prescription opioid medications in unsecured bottles.
What prevents them from abusing their prescriptions?
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In the hospital, opioids are stored under lock and key and dispensed by trained healthcare providers. Patients who receive opioids at the hospital are closely monitored for side effects. There is no similar regulation or monitoring at a patient's home. Patient safety should be equal from the hospital to the home.
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