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

  • Sublimaze Addiction and Abuse

    Sublimaze Addiction and Abuse

    Sublimaze more commonly known by its generic name, Fentanyl, is a powerful, opiate analgesic similar to but more potent (100 times more) than morphine. It is considered to be a Schedule II narcotic prescription drug. Sublimaze is generally prescribed for the treatment of severe acute pain, or to manage pain after surgery. It is available in the form of pills, patches, lozenges, and nasal sprays...

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  • Potential Dangers of Fentanyl Misuse

    Potential Dangers of Fentanyl Misuse

    Fentanyl may not be one of the more commonly abused prescription drugs today but it's definitely a powerful pain medication that's misused for nonmedical reasons and has been linked to many fatal overdoses. Fentanyl is up to a hundred times more powerful than morphine and when abused can lead to a lethal overdose very fast. Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid pain reliever and medically used for...

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  • Fentanyl Laced Heroin or Cocaine is a Deadly Combo

    Fentanyl Laced Heroin or Cocaine is a Deadly Combo

    In the past, heroin that was laced with fentanyl killed a vast amount of people in many areas including Chicago and Philadelphia. In 2006 there was an action alert put out by the Substance Abuse and Mental Health Services Administration (SAMHSA) about the combination of fentanyl and cocaine and heroin. There were many overdoses and drug related deaths at that time in the east coast and Midwest...

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