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n. an opioid antagonist drug that is used to prevent relapse in formerly heroin- and other opioid-dependent patients. It is administered by mouth. Possible side-effects include abdominal cramps, nausea and vomiting, sleep difficulties, and dizziness. Trade names: Nalorex, Opizone.

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