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Medical Reasons For Morphine
Morphine side effect: Those are potential morphine side effects. If you would care to see what the rest of them are you made book at the website as follows. www.drugs.com/sfx/morphine-side-effects.html learn about the potential side effects of morphine. Includes common and rare side effects information for consumers and healthcare professionals. ...Read more
Is there a reason new dr doesnt put someone that had went cold turkey of morphine&fentanyal cuz dr quit an there HRT rt is always above100 bp54/92 on?
Pain treatment: Pain is a subjective report by the patient, and is hard sometimes to properly treat since there is no 'gold standard' of trying to measure someone's degree of pain. If the Dr. Did not use morphine or fentanyl, it was because the perceived level of pain by the doc was not severe enough to require that strong a treatment ...Read more
My mom was 89 years old and had dementia. She yelled a lot. She was enrolled in a state hospice and the home nurse used to give her 1/5 of a quarter tsp morphine, every two hours, as needed. She died two days later. Was morphine the reason?
Hard to say: All those enrolled in hospice are close to death. The goal of hospice is to relieve suffering as one goes through the dying process. Calling out in those with advanced dementia often represents pain. In this case use of low dose morphine is often indicated. For specific answers about your mom contact her hospice team. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Medical detox off methadone, morphine, lorazepam 2 get on Suboxone how do they keep you comfortable if benzos can't be used?
Anxiety Suboxone: It sounds like you've had trouble with benzo's if so you should not go back on them. People think there is an absolute contraindication for using benzo's with suboxone , there isn't. Anyone using suboxone should be in some talk therapy the talk therapy should be aimed at helping you calm down. The suboxone itself has a lot of calming attributes. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Variable.: The elimination half life (or time required for the morphine to fall to half its previous value) is about two to four hours. Certain tests however can be very sensitive and detect small amounts of morhpine in the system for quite some time after this. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
Yes!: I'm sorry that you have to ask that question, but yes, we should. If you're worried, ask for consult from hospice & palliative care specialist. Better yet, ask to see if you qualify for hospice benefits. If you do, we can then focus on caring for you (and your family) rather than on curing you when a cure isn't realistic. ...Read more
Depends on Type: It all depends on the type of morphine one is taking. There is an immediate release form (ir) and several extended release (er) forms (ms contin, kaidan, avinza, morphine cr). You can expect most ir formulation to last 4-6 hours. Depending on the patient's metabolism some last a little less or more. The er forms last any where from 12 -24 hours depending on the brand. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
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