diprenorphine


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di·pren·or·phine

(dī-pren'ōr-fēn),
A narcotic antagonist resembling naloxone but more potent.

diprenorphine

an analgesic antagonist used principally to reverse the effects of etorphine in captured wild animals. The reversal is complete and very quick. Called also Revivon.
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The animals were immobilized with an intramuscular injection of etorphine HC1 that was reversed with diprenorphine HO, as described by Griffiths et al.
Other opioid antagonists include naloxone, nalmefene, nalbuphine, and diprenorphine.
Diprenorphine is a specific antagonist for etorphine and is marketed in the same package as etorphine at a concentration of 1.