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Hydromorphone

hydromorphone n.

hydromorphone n.

Hydromorphone-Related Fatalities in Ontario

Evidence that Morphine is Metabolized to Hydromorphone But Not to Oxymorphone

Observations on the Metabolism of Morphine to Hydromorphone in Pain Patients

GC-MS Quantitation of Codeine, Morphine, 6-Acetylmorphine, Hydrocodone, Hydromorphone, Oxycodone, and Oxymorphone in Blood*

Evidence of Morphine Metabolism to Hydromorphone in Pain Patients Chronically Treated with Morphine

GC-MS Confirmation of Codeine, Morphine, 6-Acetylmorphine, Hydrocodone, Hydromorphone, Oxycodone, and Oxymorphone in Urine*

Lack of Hydrocodone and Hydromorphone Interference in the GC-MS Detection of Morphine and Codeine

Influence of intensive care treatment on the protein binding of sufentanil and hydromorphone during pain therapy in postoperative cardiac surgery patients

Simultaneous Determination of Codeine, Morphine, Hydrocodone, Hydromorphone, Oxycodone, and 6-Acetylmorphine in Urine, Serum, Plasma, Whole Blood, and Meconium by LC-MS-MS

The Simultaneous Determination of Codeine, Morphine, Hydrocodone, Hydromorphone, 6-Acetylmorphine, and Oxycodone in Hair and Oral Fluid

Sensitivity of an Opiate Immunoassay for Detecting Hydrocodone and Hydromorphone in Urine from a Clinical Population: Analysis of Subthreshold Results

Relationship between the Concentration of Hydrocodone and its Conversion to Hydromorphone in Chronic Pain Patients Using Urinary Excretion Data

Excretion Profile of Hydrocodone, Hydromorphone and Norhydrocodone in Urine Following Single Dose Administration of Hydrocodone to Healthy Volunteers

 

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Hydromorphone hydrochloride, a narcotic analgesic drug, used in the management of moderate and severe pain and sometimes taken as a street drug. [From Greek hydor water + English morphine + Greek -one indicating a chemical compound that is a ketone, from -one a feminine name suffix]

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