dihydrocodeine


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dihydrocodeine

 [di-hi″dro-ko´dēn]
a synthetic opioid analgesic and antitussive.

dihydrocodeine

/di·hy·dro·co·deine/ (di-hi″dro-ko´dēn) an opioid analgesic and antitussive; used as the acid tartrate for the relief of moderate to moderately severe pain; administered orally.

dihydrocodeine

A painkilling drug. Brand names are DF118, DHC Continus and, in conjunction with PARACETAMOL, Remedeine.

dihydrocodeine

narcotic analgesic derived from, and of similar potency to, codeine

dihydrocodeine

an opioid analgesic and antitussive.
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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.
Table Analyte Qt 1Q3 (quant) Q3 (qual) Hydromorphone 286 185 157 Hydromorphone-d3 289 185 N/A Oxymorphone 302 227 198 Codeine 300 152 115 Codeine-d3 303 152 N/A Morphine 286 152 128 Morphine-d3 289 152 N/A Dihydrocodeine 302 199 227 6-MAM 328 165 211 6-MAM-d6 334 165 N/A Oxycodone 316 241 256 Oxycodone-d3 319 244 N/A Fentanyl 337 188 105 Fentanyl-d5 342 188 N/A Hydrocodone-d3 300 199 128 Hydrocodone-d3 303 199 N/A Table 2.
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.
Ingredients to be wary of include codeine, dihydrocodeine, morphine and extract of opium.
Twenty respondents (27%) were enrolled in a methadone treatment program, and a further fifteen (20%) were receiving an alternative substitute drug such as diazepam or dihydrocodeine.
Effects of dihydrocodeine, alcohol, and caffeine on breathlessness and exercise tolerance in patients with chronic obstructive lung disease and normal blood gases.
Most contain aspirin, paracetamol or ibuprofen, and these three main ingredients may be used alone or in combination with caffeine, codeine or dihydrocodeine.
The product combines Acetaminophen and Caffeine with the narcotic analgesic Dihydrocodeine, representing a safe and effective therapy for the treatment of mild to moderate pain.
She presented prescriptions on two occasions at Asda pharmacy, in Thornaby, for 200 dihydrocodeine tablets and 28 amitriptyline tablets on April 28 and May 1, 2016.
Susan Clare England passed away in hospital after taking a toxic level of dihydrocodeine.
Opioid Drug class (codeine, dihydrocodeine, hydrocodone, hydromorphone, morphine, oxycodone, oxymorphone)