fentanyl patch


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fentanyl patch

topically applied opioid analgesic; in control of severe central pain, with same side-effects as morphine salts

fentanyl

a piperidine derivative; the citrate salt is used as a narcotic analgesic, and in combination with droperidol or butyrophenone as a neuroleptanalgesic.

fentanyl patch
cutaneous patches containing a reservoir of fentanyl for continuous, controlled release for absorption through the skin.
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Fentanyl patch. By permission from Hall L, Clarke KW, Trim C, Veterinary Anaesthesia, Saunders, 2000
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Throughout the study, no chickens exhibited any adverse effects during fentanyl patch application or after patch removal.
12) Because FDA approved the Fentanyl patch as a "drug" and referred to it as such during the approval process, the District Court agreed with Mylan and dismissed the case.
The fentanyl patch is designed to deliver the drug at a steady rate for as long as three days, so patients don't have to take medication several times a day," said the official.
Noven's fentanyl patch is a transdermal delivery system for the management of chronic pain.
Patients in the study included 25 on hydrocodone, 8 on continuous-release oxycodone, 10 on immediate-release oxy-codone, 12 on continuous-release morphine, 4 on the fentanyl patch, 14 on methadone, and 8 on off-label sublingual buprenorphine.
Patients in the study included 25 on hydrocodone, 8 on continuous-release oxycodone, 10 on immediate-release oxycodone, 12 on continuous-release morphine, 4 on the fentanyl patch, 14 on methadone, and 8 on off-label sublingual buprenorphine.
Options in this drug category are codeine, propoxyphene, controlled-release oxycodone, methadone, and the fentanyl patch.
Those products are the fentanyl patch that Mylan Pharmaceuticals Inc.
He hospitalized her, treated the pain with a fentanyl patch and intravenous morphine, started antidepressant therapy, and 4 days later transferred her to a step-down clinic, where she started physical therapy.
Chapter 94 on narcotics abuse makes no mention of the fentanyl patch.
The patient had a prescription for fentanyl patch 12 mcg/hour, but a 75 meg/hour fentanyl patch had been applied.
Prescribe 25 mcg/hr transdermal fentanyl patch to be changed every 3 days.