dezocine


Also found in: Wikipedia.

dezocine

 [dez´o-sēn]
an opioidanalgesic with both agonist and antagonist activity, used for short-term relief of pain; administered intramuscularly or intravenously.
References in periodicals archive ?
In many Chinese hospitals, the combined application of dexmedetomidine, dezocine, and midazolam is used for the treatment of delirium, pain, and agitation in adult patients in ICU, and the treatment effect shows these agents have made significant advances in critically ill patients [4-6].
But up to now, being lack of enough attention and over emphasis on efficacy, the pharmacokinetic characteristics of dexmedetomidine, dezocine, and midazolam combination in ICU patients were still unclear.
Effect of intravenous dezocine on fentanyl-induced cough during general anesthesia induction: a double-blinded, prospective, randomized, controlled trial.
Liu, "The antinociception effect of dezocine in a rat neuropathic pain model," Translational Perioperative and Pain Medicine, vol.
All patients received a standard postoperative pain management (patient controlled intravenous analgesia: dezocine 0.4mg/kg and sufentanil 2.0 [micro]g/kg).
Repeated intrathecal injections of dezocine produce antinociception without evidence for neurotoxicity in the rat: a study of morphometric evaluation of spinal cord histology.
Buprenorphine (Buprenex [R]), pentazocine (Taiwin [R]), nalpuphine (Nubain [R]), butorphanol (Stadol [R]), and dezocine (Dalgan [R]) also are not recommended in the treatment of cancer pain because they can precipitate withdrawal symptoms in an opiate-dependent patient (NCCN, 2008).
Classes and Conversion of Opioids Class Generic Name Conversion Ratio Agonists Morphine 1 * Hydromorphone 0.125-0.25 ([dagger]) Oxycodone 0.5 Methadone 0.1 ([double-dagger]) Hydrocodone 1-2.5 Meperidine 10 ([section]) Levorphanol 0.033 ([section]) Codeine 30 ([section]) Propoxyphene 50 ([section]) Fentanyl 0.01 (//) Sufentanyl 0.001 Alfentanyl 0.04 Remifentanyl N/A Oxymorphone 0.1 Agonist-Antagonists Nalbuphine 1 ([section]) Butorphanol 0.2 ([section]) Partial Agonists Dezocine 1 ([section]) Buprenorphine 0.04 ([section]) Antagonists Naloxone N/A (#) Naltrexone N/A Note: From "Cancer pain management.
Elderly patients undergoing hysteroscopic removal of intrauterine device demonstrated a reduced incidence of apnea by about 10% as a result of the application of dezocine as compared to the sufentanil group.[17]