narcotic reversal

nar·cot·ic re·ver·sal

the use of narcotic antagonists, such as naloxone, to terminate the action of narcotics.

nar·cot·ic re·ver·sal

(nahr-kot'ik rĕ-vĕr'săl)
The use of narcotic antagonists, such as naloxone, to terminate the action of narcotics.

nar·cot·ic re·ver·sal

(nahr-kot'ik rĕ-vĕr'săl)
Use of narcotic antagonists, such as naloxone, to terminate the action of narcotics.
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The most recent survey of anesthesiologists nationwide on April 11 shows that two- thirds are still experiencing shortages of the painkiller fentanyl, the muscle relaxant succinylcholine, the narcotic reversal agent naloxone and the anti- inflammatory drug dexamethoxone used to limit tissue swelling during surgery, Dr.
There was also a 15-minute delay in giving the appropriate narcotic reversal medications.