Addiction Topic Keyword: Buprenorphine (p. 1 of 1)

  • What is Suboxone?

    What is Suboxone?

    Suboxone is Buprenorphine and Naloxone and it is a sublingual film that comes in orange and has a logo imprinted on it with white ink. This is an opioid medication that is designed to provide a lesser euphoric effect in comparison to similar drugs such as Morphine, Heroin and Codeine. The purpose of this medication is to treat addiction to opiate drugs. It can also be used for a number of other...

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  • Non-Medical Use Of Buprenorphine

    Non-Medical Use Of Buprenorphine

    One of the most prevalent drug problems throughout the United States is the abuse of prescription medications and opiate painkillers are high on the list. Since 2002 roughly twenty two million people have been using prescription narcotic pain relievers such as Vicodin, OxyContin and Demerol for non-medical reasons.
    Due to the misuse and abuse of prescription opiate painkillers, an enormous...

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  • Treatment Approaches for Substance Abuse and Dependency

    Treatment Approaches for Substance Abuse and Dependency

    Medically Assisted Treatment for Substance Abuse Unfortunately in this day and age we still have thousands of people suffering from addiction to alcohol and drugs that are in need of treatment for this serious disease. People of all ages are suffering and many of them know they need help but are afraid to seek treatment for several reasons.
    It has to be extremely hard for a person to admit...

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  • Buprenorphine Detox and Treatment

    Buprenorphine Detox and Treatment

    Close to a million individuals in US are addicted to opioids and yet less than 20% receive any treatment for their addiction. The best management for these chronic addicts is medical treatment which decreases their addiction and improves their social status in society.
    For the past 4 decades, methadone has been the treatment of choice for the treatment of drug addicts . However, all...

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