2 edition of On the treatment of the morphine habit found in the catalog.
|Contributions||Hurd, E. P. (Edward Payson), 1838-1899, tr|
|LC Classifications||RC371.O6 E6|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||2 p.l., [vii]-xvi, 113 p.|
|Number of Pages||113|
|LC Control Number||07033150|
habit forming drug that relieves pain by producing stupor/insensibility. (Opium, morphine) factor in the patient's condition that prevents the use of a particular drug or treatment. antidote. agent given to counteract an unwanted effect of a drug. drug products are listed and described in the book. Food and Drug Administration (FDA). Fentanyl is 50 to times stronger than morphine. Doctors usually administer morphine by injection, but it also comes in pill form. Although morphine can lead to physical dependence when used for extended periods of time, people taking the drug to treat pain rarely develop an addiction.
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Morphine has the potential to be highly addictive, as tolerance to it develops rapidly. A federally designated Schedule II drug, morphine is used to treat moderate, severe, and chronic pain. It is also used for pain relief after major surgeries, treatment for cancer-related pain, and shortness of breath at the end of a patient’s life. Not a subscriber? Subscribe Now / Learn More. PsychiatryOnline subscription options offer access to the DSM-5 library, books, journals, CME, and patient resources. This all-in-oneCited by: 1.
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Morphine abuse -- Treatment, Cocaine abuse -- Treatment Publisher Detroit, Mich.: George S. DavisPages: On the treatment of the morphine habit by Erlenmeyer, Albrecht, [from old catalog]; Hurd, E.
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The first American edition, which prints only a part of one chapter of the original German edition -- the portion that deals with treatment and therapy. Erlenmeyer was a physician, neurologist and psychiatrist, and he also wrote books on treating epilepsy and on reorganizing the German asylum system.
the treatment of the morphine habit. GENERAL PRINCIPLES OF TREATMENT, The irealment of the morphine habit is threefold; First, the use of the poison must be discontinued; second, the physical and mental disturbances arising during the period of withdrawal must be combated; and third, after the patient is cured, means must be taken to prevent a return to the habit.
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This small book of less than pages discusses the treatment for the morphine habit. The author believes that the failure in the cure of this condition consists in the fact that not sufficient attention has been paid to the psychic rehabilitation of the addict, and that in most treatments which are being used today the withdrawal of the drug is too rapid, causing an emotional shock in the.
This is a small, nicely written treatise on the treatment for morphine addiction. The type of treatment advocated is the gradual reduction of morphine with the maintenance of constant vagal preponderance through building up a high tolerance for belladonna. As a whole, the book does not seem.
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Bymorphine and opium powders, like OxyContin and other prescription opioids today, had led to an addiction epidemic that affected roughly 1 in Americans. Beforethe typical opiate addict in America was an upper-class or middle-class white woman. Pentazocine by itself has a smaller analgesic effect than does morphine, even at the highest dose.
Which of the following is correct regarding these medications. Pentazocine is a competitive antagonist B. Morphine is a full agonist, and pentazocine is a partial agonist C. Morphine. To date, the most effective form of treatment for a morphine addiction is an inpatient program, usually lasting around 90 days.
One of the potential benefits of inpatient rehab is that it typically starts with a safe, medically supervised detox. Morphine is a painkiller used during medical procedures and for acute and chronic pain management. Its effects include decreased pain, euphoria and relaxation.
The drug is habit-forming, and people can develop a dependence on it even if they take it as prescribed by a doctor. Description. This section is from the book "The Twelve Tissue Remedies Of Schussler", by William Boericke, Willis A.
available from Amazon: The Twelve Tissue Remedies of Schüssler. Morphine Habit. Morphine tablet is used to relieve short-term (acute) or long-term (chronic) moderate to severe pain.
The extended-release capsule and extended-release tablet are used to treat pain severe enough to require daily, around-the-clock, long-term opioid treatment and when other pain medicines did not work well enough or cannot be tolerated.Find out about Morphine benefits, side effects, price, dose, how to use Morphine, interactions and contraindications Is this Morphine habit forming or addictive?
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