ORT

(redirected from Opioid Replacement Therapy)
AcronymDefinition
ORTOrnithobacterium Rhinotracheale (bacillus)
ORTOxford Reading Tree (UK)
ORTOutbreak Response Team (various locations)
ORTOpioid Replacement Therapy (medical procedure)
ORTOral Rehydration Therapy
ORTOdor Recognition Test (National Association of Canine Scent Work)
ORTOrchestra Regionale Toscana (Italian: Tuscany Regional Orchestra; Tuscany, Italy)
ORTOpen Road Tolling (electronic toll roadways)
ORTOngoing Reliability Testing
ORTOut of Range Type
ORTOld Republic Title (real estate title insurance)
ORTOverall Response Time
ORTOperation Restore Trust
ORTOff-Road Technology (vehicles)
ORTOhana Reef Towers (Hawaii)
ORTOperational Readiness Test
ORTOngoing Reliability Test(ing)
ORTOrganization for Educational Resources and Technological Training
ORTOzark Regional Transit (Arkansas)
ORTObject Relations Technique
ORTObject Recognition Test
ORTOptical Relay Tube
ORTOther Recurrent Transactions
ORTObschestvo Remeslenovo i Zemledelcheskovo Trouda (Russian: The Society for Trades and Agricultural Labour)
ORTOrthodromic Reciprocating Tachycardia (cardiology)
ORTOperational Readiness Training
ORTOriginal Reference Tree (property)
ORTObshchestvennoe Rossiiskoe Televidenie (Russian Public Television)
ORTOverland Radar Technology
ORTOrigin Rail Terminal
ORTOperationally Ready Time
ORTOver Roof-Top (electromagnetic wave propagation)
ORTOperational Reliability Test
ORTOperation Room Technician (medical)
ORTOwners Requirement Table (AVIONICS)
ORTOperational Requirements Tool
ORTOperand Rename Table
ORTOptimized Reverse-Tree
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The standard treatment for OUD is opioid replacement therapy using methadone or buprenorphine (Subutex).
Opioid replacement therapy reduces euphoria and extinguishes craving.
The province is asking the Chief Medical Officer of Health to take action to further expand access to harm reduction services, especially opioid replacement therapy.
Today, there are treatments for opioid dependence that are extremely successful in terms of opioid replacement therapy.
Since 2002, more than 4 thousand people received the treatment, according to a round table discussion on the achievements and challenges in implementation of opioid replacement therapy (ORT) in the country.
Methadone is the most common opioid replacement therapy.
The National Institute on Drug Abuse (NIDA) has endorsed a two-tiered approach for treating addiction: opioid replacement therapy and abstinence.
Kyrgyzstan remains the country with a low prevalence rate of HIV infection, according to a round table discussion on the achievements and challenges in implementation of opioid replacement therapy (ORT) conducted on September 25.
It is way past time that we question the magical thinking that permeates the opioid replacement therapy (ORT) community, particularly regarding buprenorphine-based agents such as the buprenorphine-naloxone combination Suboxone.