List of opioid drugs and painkillers

opioids

Heroin or diamorphine (diamorphine) is a semi-synthetic opioid drug, in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. used as a medicine. Its use entails such detrimental effects as rupture of veins, pneumonia, hepatitis, infectious diseases and abscesses, as well as severe depression.
Opium is a potent drug extracted from the sun-dried milky juice of unripe opium poppy boxes. It was used as a powerful painkiller, but quickly caused drug addiction and today it is used only as a raw material for the production of painkillers (morphine, codeine, papaverine, and others), as well as for the synthesis of heroin.
OxyContin – a drug that was considered the most effective painkiller, especially for cancer, with an increase in the dose of use has the same effect on a person as heroin.

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Morphine – one of the main alkaloids of opium, is contained in the poppy soporific. Sold in various forms, such as Roxanol mixture or MS-Contin long-acting tablets – Morphine sulfate. Acts on the receptors of the brain, is quite addictive, so when you receive you need to strictly adhere to the dose recommended by the doctor. In high doses, it has a strong hypnotic effect. Inhibits conditioned reflexes.

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Codeine – by the nature of the impact is close to morphine, but the analgesic properties are weaker – it is used for moderate pains. Often prescribed in combination with the painkiller Tirenol, causes quite a quick addiction, so when you receive you need to strictly adhere to the dose recommended by the doctor.
Vicodin (Vicodan, Lortab, Lorsett) is a potent narcotic anesthetic and antitussive medicine. The combination of Acetaminophen (Tirenol) and Hydrocodone, acts on the receptors of the brain and prevents the production of the hormone prostaglandin, which causes pain, is discharged with medium-strong pain.
Norco (Digiksikodein, Dikofen, Lexia, Tyloks, Pentalgin) – anesthetic drug, a combination of Acetaminophen (Tyrene) and Hydrocodone, acts on the receptors of the brain and prevents the production of the hormone prostaglandin, which causes pain, is written out with medium-strong pain. It is quite addictive, so when you receive you need to strictly adhere to the dose recommended by the doctor.
Methadone is a synthetic drug from the group of opioids used as an analgesic, as well as in the treatment of drug addiction. Strong analgesic. It is difficult to recover from methadone addiction, as Methadone has a prolonged effect on the body and remains in tissues for a long time.

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Stadol – an opioid analgesic, in terms of severity of analgesic action similar to morphine. Was discharged after surgery or suffering from migraine. Most common as a nasal spray. It is quite addictive, so when you receive you need to strictly adhere to the dose recommended by the doctor.
LAAM (LAAM, Levacetilmetadol) is an analgesic used in opioid substitution therapy: LAAM does not cure addiction. but it helps the patient cope with “breaking up” after stopping the use of opiate drugs.
Percocet (Oxycodone, Perkodan) – Percocet’s pharmacological profile is the same as that of morphine. Like codeine and hydrocodone, Percocet is well absorbed after ingestion, providing an analgesic effect for at least half an hour. It acts on the receptors of the brain and prevents the production of the hormone prostaglandin, which causes pain. It is quite addictive, so when you receive you need to strictly adhere to the dose recommended by the doctor.
Dilauid (Hydromorphone) – distributed in the form of tablets and liquids for injection. Its effectiveness as a pain killer is two to eight times higher than that of morphine. This feature makes the use of hydromorphone especially appropriate in patients with renal insufficiency. In other respects, hydromorphone practically does not differ from morphine.
Hydrocodone is an anti-cough drug, an opioid analgesic, a very popular drug whose production has increased 4 times over the past decade. It causes a rapid physical and psychological dependence, so do not exceed the prescribed dose, and with an abrupt cessation may cause withdrawal symptoms.
Darvocet is an analgesic drug, just a few years ago that was very popular in the US and the UK, containing the drug component Propoxyphene, which acts on brain receptors. In 2010, it was discontinued and prohibited by law in the United States, as it has a negative effect on the cardiovascular system.
Tramadol – is prescribed for severe pain after surgery or chronic diseases, such as arthritis. Reduces the body’s sensitivity to pain. It is quite addictive, so when you receive you need to strictly adhere to the dose recommended by the doctor.
Suboxone (Buprenorphine) is a semi-synthetic opioid, a powerful painkiller. Causes a stronger analgesic effect than morphine and methadone, but less euphoria.
Tramal (Tramadol) – Analgesic opioid with central action and action on the spinal cord. Tramal has a sedative effect and inhibits the respiratory center. With prolonged use may develop tolerance and requires an increase in dose.