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What do we need to know about nubain injections?

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Dr. Richard Rosenthal
Pain Management

In brief: Effects/side effects

Nubain is a special type of opiate called an agonist/antagonist.
It is a moderately strong analgesic. It is noteworthy for being more effective in women than men. It is often used as part of an anesthetic in an operating room. The most prevalent side effect is sedation followed by nausea, dry mouth headache. At low doses, the drug may increase pain in men.

In brief: Effects/side effects

Nubain is a special type of opiate called an agonist/antagonist.
It is a moderately strong analgesic. It is noteworthy for being more effective in women than men. It is often used as part of an anesthetic in an operating room. The most prevalent side effect is sedation followed by nausea, dry mouth headache. At low doses, the drug may increase pain in men.
Dr. Richard Rosenthal
Dr. Richard Rosenthal
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