morphia


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morphia

(môr′fē-ə)
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14) before he even begins his run because a shell fragment has pierced his lung; morphia is portrayed as a godsend because he was left screaming in pain.
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Dawson is said to have hastened the inevitable royal departure with a timeous lethal injection of morphia and cocaine into the regal jugular, giving syringe-needle sharpness to Dawson's old adversary and surgical peer, Baron Moynihan's, pricking measure of poetic justice:
Adams had injected Morrell with heroin and morphia with the intention of shortening her life, not alleviating her pain, so that he could allegedly benefit under her will.
The most powerful drug in medicine today isn't morphia or penicillin.
Later, as an aside, this physician mentioned that in perhaps thirty cases a year, patients' lives were ended after they been placed in a coma through the administration of morphia.