But it doesn't seem to me there is any place for you within the nursing profession because unfortunately you have if not an addiction, a very high dependency on dihydrocodeine
I've spoken to people who got hooked on heroin because they would take that when they couldn't get dihydrocodeine
as it had a similar effect.
Dr June Raine, director of medicines post licensing at the MHRA, said: "Analgesics that contain codeine and dihydrocodeine
play a very important part in the treatment of pain.
I took Diclofenac and Dihydrocodeine
for three months, then Arthrotec and paracetamol.
Several years later Smith was charged with Amy's murder when it emerged that the powerful adult painkiller dihydrocodeine
was discovered in her blood after a post-mortem examination to determine the cause of death.
Armani has to take dihydrocodeine
every four hours as paracetamol would alter her temperature.
In May 2009, the Pharmacology and Therapeutics Advisory Committee added buprenorphine to the pharmaceutical schedule which already included codeine, dihydrocodeine
, fentanyl, methadone, morphine, oxycodone and pethidine (9).
A post-mortem found high levels of prescription drugs in her body, and pathologist Dr Brian Rogers concluded she died from dihydrocodeine
, codeine and citalopram poisoning.
The medic prescribed dihydrocodeine
, a heroin-like substance, and the antihistamine cyclizine by using fake identities.
After she managed to escape from their flat, she returned to activate an alarm and found Ellis with dihydrocodeine
Family GP Hung Kor used patient details to make scripts for batches of powerful dihydrocodeine
tablets then kept them all for his own habit.
GP Hung Kor, who had surgeries on South Tyneside, spent eight years signing off the bogus scripts for batches of Dihydrocodeine
, it was claimed.