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opioid antagonist n.

opioid antagonist n.

OPIOID ANTAGONISTS IN THE TREATMENT OF ALCOHOL DEPENDENCE: CLINICAL EFFICACY AND PREVENTION OF RELAPSE

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FOC8PHARMACOLOGY AND CNSFOC8-1CONTINUOUS OR INTERMITTENT ADMINISTRATION OF OPIOID ANTAGONISTS ON ALCOHOL DRINKING AND BRAIN mu-OPIOID RECEPTOR COUPLING

OR11-5A MULTI-CENTRIC STUDY OF NMDA ANTAGONIST MEMANTINE EFFECT COMPARED TO ALPHA 2 AGONISTS IN TREATMENT OF OPIOID DEPENDANT PATIENTS

Effect of prophylactic 5-HT3 receptor antagonists on pruritus induced by neuraxial opioids: a quantitative systematic review†

Determining Pharmacological Selectivity of the Kappa Opioid Receptor Antagonist LY2456302 Using Pupillometry as a Translational Biomarker in Rat and Human

A novel adjuvant, the general opioid antagonist naloxone, elicits a robust cellular immune response for a DNA vaccine

PM308. A phase 3, multicenter randomized double blind placebo controlled study of the opioid receptor antagonist –Odelepran the treatment of alcohol addiction.

The Novel μ-Opioid Receptor Antagonist, [N-Allyl-Dmt1]Endomorphin-2, Attenuates the Enhancement of GABAergic Neurotransmission by Ethanol

A novel adjuvant, a mixture of alum and the general opioid antagonist naloxone, elicits both humoral and cellular immune responses for heat-killed Salmonella typhimurium vaccine

Combination of opioid agonist and agonist–antagonist: patient-controlled analgesia requirement and adverse events among different-ratio morphine and nalbuphine admixtures for postoperative pain

 

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Any drug such as nalorphine, naloxone, or naltrexone that binds to the neuroreceptor sites of the opiates in the central nervous system and thereby blocks their action. Also called a narcotic antagonist. See also antagonist (3).

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