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What is similar to a morphine drip?

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Dr. Pascal Scemama de gialluly
Anesthesiology 14 years experience
Continuous infusion: A morphine drip is a continuous morphine intravenous infusion. Pain medications such as morphine can be administered as an infusion to help with constant pain. In some cases, a patient controlled administraion infusion (PCA) system is used whereby you can safely administer yourself an extra dose when needed for severe pain.
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