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Vicoprofen Abuse, Signs, Symptoms, and Addiction Treatment

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Vicoprofen is one of the many brand names for a hydrocodone-based drug, which also contains ibuprofen. Unfortunately, this drug is often abused by those hoping to experience hydrocodone's euphoric high. Call 800-807-0951 now in order to find help and to put an end to your substance abuse as soon as possible.
Understanding Vicoprofen Though the most frequently prescribed combination painkiller of this type is hydrocodone and acetaminophen, according to the Drug Enforcement Administration, Vicoprofen, which contains hydrocodone and ibuprofen, is also very popular. Many people sell the drug or give it to family members and friends, which makes its presence in abusive circles very prevalent. Vicoprofen is like all other opioid-based drugs in that it can cause a number of severe side...

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Cocaethylene is formed in the human body by the ingestion of cocaine and alcohol in combination. The effect of this combination is to inhibit the dopamine neural transporters.

At the turn of the 20th century Vin Mariani was a popular mixture of wine and cocaine, primarily in Europe The principal physical danger of cocaethylene is to the heart and is more toxic to the cardiovascular systems than either alcohol or cocaine separately. Cocaetheylene has been shown to be prevalent in post mortem autopsies leading to the findings that the combination can indeed kill.

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