quiz 11 - yes Analgesic More potent and shorter duration...

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Opiates Name Type PO Injection Indications Notes Propoxyphene HCl (Darvon) Napsylate(Darvon-N) Darvocete(w/Tylenol) In mg Weak analgesic CVI. Not for alcoholics or suicidal. Pentazocine yes CVI Tramadol HCl IR- 50 mg Ultram ER- XL form, up to 300mg Ultracete- with Tylenol 50- 100mg Moderate- severe pain Some forms are controlled. Less side effects. Opioids Name Dosage PO injection indications Notes Morphine sulfate 5-30 mg IR IM, IV, SC, epidural analgesic Codeine sulfate/ phosphate 6-60 mg yes IM, SC Analgesic Anti-tussive Hydromorphone 2-4mg (Dilaudid) 12-32mg for XL(Palladone) : don’t dissolve or split yes
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Unformatted text preview: yes Analgesic More potent and shorter duration than morphine. Hydrocodone yes Anti-tussive Oxycodone HCl 10-30 mg Oxycontin- XL Oxymorphone IR: 5-10 mg XL: 5, 10, 20, 40 mg yes IV, SC ampules Analgesic. Pre-op. Alfentanil Mcg/kilo Adjunct to anesthesia Levorphanol tortrate yes IM, IV, SC Pre-op Meperidine HCl (Demerol) yes IM, IV, SC Many drug interactions Methadone HCl 5-40 mg yes Analgesic, anti-tussive, narcotic withdrawal Must be used in approved facilities Remifentanil HCl IV Adjunct to anesthesia Sufentanil citrate IV anesthesia...
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