Morphine

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Morphine

Morphine

How Does This Medication Work?Morphine is an opioid pain reliever. It binds to opioid receptors in the brain and central nervous system (CNS), reducing the perception of pain as well as the emotional response to pain.

What conditions are this medicine used to treat?This medication is used to treat fluid in the lungs, additional agent to induce general anesthesia, additional local anesthesia, pain, and severe pain.

What are the side-effects of this medication?You may have signs of allergic reactions such as: hives; difficulty breathing; swelling of your face, lips, tongue, or throat .Call your doctor at once if you have a serious side effect such as:~shallow breathing, slow heartbeat~stiff muscles, seizure (convulsions)confusion, etc.

Facts about the dangers of this medicine.Morphine can slow or stop your breathing.You should not take morphine if you have severe asthma or breathing problems, a blockage in your stomach or intestines, or a bowel obstruction called paralytic ileus.

Does this medicine have any interactions with other medicines?~Acetaminophen / propoxyphene~Budeprion XL (bupropion)~ConZip (tramadol)~Darvon-N (propoxyphene)~Ethanol~Etc.

What other medicines treat the same condition?~Astramorph PF~Avinza~Duramorph~Infumorph~Kadian

How does this medicine affect the brain? ~The primary function of the brainstem keeps the bodily functions, such as sleeping and breathing regulated normally~Affects the morphine is the cerebellum. When affected by a morphine administration, stumbling and random motion of eyes will begin occur. ~Crucial effects on the midbrain. Instinct, sex drive, food drive, and emotions are the survival functions that the cerebellum controls.~Judgment, reasoning, planning, and language are all controlled by the cortex. When the body is on a morphine high, the brain’s ability to make judgments, understand reasoning and planning, and effects of language are clouded.

Youc How does this medicine affect the brain? The primary function of the brainstem keeps the bodily functions, such as sleeping and breathing regulated normallyAffects the morphine is the cerebellum. When affected by a morphine administration, stumbling and random motion of eyes will begin occur. Crucial effects on the midbrain. Instinct, sex drive, food drive, and emotions are the survival functions that the cerebellum controls.Judgment, reasoning, planning, and language are all controlled by the cortex. When the body is on a morphine high, the brain’s ability to make judgments, understand reasoning and planning, and effects of language are clouded

What is the typical dosage of this medicine?Usual Adult Oral Dose:10 to 30 mg every 4 hours or as directed by physician.


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