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Click to edit Master subtitle style 5/30/11 Morphine Kelvin S. Rubio
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5/30/11 Drug Type Morphine is a narcotic pain reliever use to treat moderate to sever pain by dulling the senses of pain in your brain.
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5/30/11 Nicknames for Morphine Duramorph M Miss Emma Monkey Roxanol White stuff
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5/30/11 Side Effects Short Term Long Term anxiety agitation Constipation paranoia Lightheadedness psychosis Dizziness hyper vigilance Nausea hallucinations
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5/30/11 Signs of Drug Abuse Tolerance: The need for higher dosages of the drug Euphoria: Temporary feeling of intense pleasure Needle Marks: Morphine could be injected and user may try to hide it
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Withdrawal Symptoms Uneasiness severe bouts of sneezing; acute aches in the abdomen, abdominal cramps lacrimination cold and hot flashes diarrhea; nausea perspiration restless sleep vomiting muscular spasms goose flesh insomnia twitching mydriasis chills involuntary kicking increases in blood pressure coryza acute aches in the
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