Presentazione sul tema: "Gli oppioidi sono indicati nel dolore neuropatico? NO"— Transcript della presentazione:
1Gli oppioidi sono indicati nel dolore neuropatico? NO “Controversie sulla diagnosie terapia del dolore neuropatico”Opinioni a confrontoGli oppioidi sono indicati nel dolore neuropatico? NOMarco LacerenzaMedicina del DoloreFondazione “Opera San Camillo”Casa di Cura S. Pio X, MilanoPalermo, novembre 2012, Reale Albergo delle Povere
2O meglio….ATTENZIONE! Premessa RCT, Linee Guida…………..artefatti della medicina moderna che danno DATI UTILISSIMI MA………….Possono subire le influenze di forze non utili al nostro finePossono facilitare le generalizzazionipossono facilitare la medicina della INDICAZIONE senza valutazionesedano l’ansia del giovane medico e accorciano le visite dell’espertoProteggono dal pdv medico legaleSmettiamola di parlare di “Dolore Neuropatico”Parliamo di Pazienti SOFFERENTI, con dolore spesso neuropatico, cronico, complessi, con molte comorbiditàOgnuno diverso dall’altro, con scarsa QoL e problemi famigliari, lavorativi, economici
3le sue sofferenze, nessuno è universale Dolore - Sofferenza“Tra i rimedi cheDio Onnipotente ha voluto, bontà Sua, dare all’uomo per alleviarele sue sofferenze, nessuno è universaleed efficace come l’oppio.”Thomas Sydenham,Sumeri: IX secolo AC: oppio la pianta della gioiaOmero, IV libro Odissea :….“Nel dolce Vino, di cui bevean, farmaco infuse contrario al pianto e all'ira, e che l'obblìo seco inducea d'ogni travaglio e cura”.GaspareTraversi 1753
4Distinct roles in hedonic homeostasis and emotional control HighOPIOID RECEPTORSROLES IN VIVODistinct roles in hedonic homeostasis and emotional controlMuRewardDeltaKappaLowHighMoodLow
5Individuals with high reward responsiveness, a personality trait dependent on the endogenous opioid neurotransmission, experience more exogenous opioid-induced behavioral analgesia.Emerging evidence suggests that MOR polymorphism could contribute to variability in behavioral opioid analgesia by introducing variability of the MOR responsiveness to exogenous opioids.It is possible that trait RWR and the neuronal response to noxious stimuli in the endogenous opioid-rich brain reward circuitry could be useful endophenotypes of behavioral opioid analgesia.
6Localizzazione dei recettori per gli oppioidi Corteccia cingolata anteriore, C.prefrontale, strati superficiali della corteccia cerebraleNuclei della base, talamo, amigdala,PAG, RMN, reticolare del troncoCorno posteriore midollare:proiezioni midollari afferenti primariInterneuroni midollariPeriferia: nocicettori e afferenti viscerali
7Recettori oppioidi Oppioidi: Meccanismi d’azione Legame Presinaptico DRGBlocco ingresso ioni Ca++DNICLegame postsinapticoRecettori oppioidiFuoriuscita di ioni K+Fuoriuscita di ioni K+Modificata da: A.H.Dickenson, 2000
10Nerve-injury neuropathy and Diabetic Neuropathy: Perché funzionano poco????Nerve-injury neuropathy and Diabetic Neuropathy:Functional downregulation and/or desensitization of μ-opioid receptors in the dorsal horn of the spinal cord (but not a significant decrease in number) may be related to increased production of PKC .May be due to: activation of NMDARs in postsynaptic cells,to an autophosphorylation of the TrkB receptor by BDNF.In fact, the development of the hyperalgesia and allodynia in NP states is suppressed byadministration of NMDA receptor antagonists,TrkB/Fc chimera protein (sequesters endogenous BDNF)PKC inhibitors.
11Ridotta efficacia nella pratica clinica Dolore Neuropatico: Meccanismi che portano alla desensitizzazione di MORsRidotta efficacia nella pratica clinica
12Central Glutamatergic system Genetic mechanismsSensitiz. of primary afferent N.Central Glutamatergic systemDescending facilitation (in RVM on-cells and CCK) leading to up-regulation of Spinal dynorphin and enhanced primary afferent neurotransmitter release (CGRP) and pain.Decreased reuptake of neurotransmitters from the primary afferent fibersPain that has become more diffuse and less defined in quality and has a wider spatial distribution than the pre-existing pain.NMDA receptors become activated and when inhibited, prevent the development of toleranceand OIHThe glutamate transporter system is inhibited,(increasing the amount of glutamate available to NMDAR)Ca regulated intracellular PKC is likely a link between cellular mechanisms of tolerance and OIHProlonged morphine administration induces neurotoxicity via NMDA receptor mediated apoptotic cell death in the dorsal horn
14Il risveglio americano dall’oppiofobia “Opioid maintenance therapy can be a safe salutary and more humane alternative…..in those patients with intractable non-malignant pain and non history of drug abuse”
15The reason ………..is unknown. The dichotomous classification of nociceptive and neuropathic pain is not yet fully recognized in the pain literature or among physicians dealing with pain...comon narcotic analgesics, administered in a double-blind fashion and in doses which effectively control acute andchronic nociceptive pain, are inefficient for relief of neuropathic (including deafferentation) pain…..The reason ………..is unknown.
16Opioids for neuropathic pain (Review), 2009 Eisenberg E, McNicol ED, Carr DBShort-term studies: equivocal evidence regarding the efficacy of opioids in neuropathic pain.Intermediate-term studies demonstrated significant efficacy of opioids over placebo for neuropathic pain.The difference in outcomes does not support the use of short-term opioid administration as a predictive tool to decide whether to initiate intermediate-term opioid therapy.…the participants in the included studies may not reflect those commonly seen in practice. Therefore, issues such as abuse of medication, or conversely, non-compliance due to participants’ unwillingness to tolerate side effects may not be accurately reflected in our results.
17Studi epidemiologici documentano nel LBP dolore misto nel 20-35% dei casi 1/3 della popolazione ha LBP, quindi il 6% ha una componente neuropaticaIl costo dei pazienti con LBP e componente neuropatica è il 70% > rispetto a LBP nocicettivo
19The meta-analysis of Martell et al The meta-analysis of Martell et al identifies also a number of relevant issues:patients were more likely to be prescribed opioids if they reported greater distress and suffering.The prevalence of substance abuse disorders was in the range of 40% to 50% in these patients and up to 24% showed aberrant medication-taking behaviourLong-term trials of opioid efficacy for chronic back pain are lacking, and there is other evidence that indicates that the long-term efficacy of opioids for chronic pain may be limited
20Opioids and opioid combinations were exceeding NSAIDs in proportion of patients and number of prescriptions.Short-acting opioids are frequently used as rescue medication…. high prescribing..(36.5%). Although the frequency of use of long-acting opioids was low (3.8%), the median (7.0) number of prescriptions were higher than for any other medication.Opioids continue to be recommended and used, despite evidence of a negative association with outcomes in CLBP, including function and productivity and an increased likelihood of substance use disorders.
21Several investigations have identified drug abuse in 18% In such “pathological pain states”, nociception is not the sole target, but also suffering, dysfunction, mood states, psychosocial factors and dependence on the health system. Then opioid use is less likely to improve analgesia and even less to yield psychological or functional improvement.Several investigations have identified drug abuse in 18%to 41% of patients receiving opioids for chronic pain The prevalence of lifetime substance use disorders range from 36% to 56%, with an estimate of 43% current substance use disorders and 5% to 24% of the patients with aberrant medication taking behaviours.
22Fattori di Rischio per l’Abuso e la Dipendenza Storia di abuso di sostanzeDisturbi mentaliStoria di dolori multipliGenere maschileGiovani adultiPrescrizioni di > 90ggATTENZIONEProgramma multidisciplinareValutazione dolore, QoL, funzionamentoSupporto psicologico-occupazionaleEducativo-motivazionaleFisioterapicoContrattoSpiegazioni esaustive dei rischiA breve e lungo termine
26461 report nonmedical uses of opioid analgesics Unintentional overdose death related to an opioid analgesic9 persons are admitted for substance abuse treatment35 visit ER161 report drug abuse or dependencereport nonmedical uses of opioid analgesics
27It has been shown that from 1997 through 2007, there was a seven fold increase in the number of prescriptions for opioids.The pharmaceutical industry aggressively marketed long-acting opioids for chronic pain relying on 2 erroneous facts:That medical management with opioids is the recommended solution for undertreated chronic painThat the use of long-acting formulations decreases incidences of prescription opioid abuse.The principles of opioid management in acute pain and cancer pain were transferred to the chronic pain arena.JAMA 2000, 283: : ”Increased opioid use is not associated with deleterious health consequences”.
28Approximately two-thirds of the panel responsible for writing guidelines for the use of opioids for chronic pain for the American Academy of Pain Medicine (AAPM) and American Pain Society (APS) had conflicts of interest with the opioid pharmaceutical industry.The investigation announced by the Senate in reference to conflicts of interest in preparation of opioid guidelines and promotion of opioid usage, have resulted in abandonment of the American Pain Foundation on May 10, 2012, which was a pivotal organization in promoting opioid use.
29Rischi del trattamento con oppioidi nel lungo termine: Dipendenza fisicaSviluppo di tolleranzaIperalgesia indotta da oppioidiAbuso e DipendenzaDeficit cognitiviIpogonadismo (Disfunzioni sessuali, osteoporosi, depressione, fatica)Alterazioni del sistema immunitario (attraverso il sistema ipotalamo-ipofisi-surrene)riduce la produzione di anticorpiriduce l’attività delle cellule Natural Killerriduce l’espressione di citochineriduce l’attività fagocitaria
33women could be at higher risk for the negative medical and psychological effects of opioids because they have more persistent pain than men, and may be prescribed opioids more often and at higher doses than menmultiple psychophysiological factors may contribute to certain risks and consequences of chronic opioid therapyrisks in pregnancy and breast-feedingas in men, risks that are unique to women may increase concomitantly with greater exposure to opioids (in terms of frequency and dosage)as in men, risks for women appear to vary at different ages.