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A synthetic opioid antagonist, C20H23NO4, used in its hydrochloride form to treat addiction to alcohol and to opioid drugs such as heroin.

[Blend of naloxone and tre- (probably alteration of tri-, from the three carbon atoms of the propyl group that distinguishes it from naloxone, of which it is a congener).]


(Pharmacology) a narcotic antagonist, similar to morphine, used chiefly in the treatment of heroin addiction
[C20: from N-al(lylnor)ox(ymorph)one, + the arbitrary insertion of -trex-]


(nælˈtrɛk soʊn)

a nonaddictive substance, C20H23NO4, used in the treatment of heroin addiction and opiate overdose.
[1970–75; by rearrangement of parts of its chemical name]
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Noun1.naltrexone - an oral antagonist against the action of opiates
narcotic antagonist - an antagonist used to counteract the effects of narcotics (especially to counteract the depression of respiration)


n naltrexona
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ReVia was the brand name first approved for treating alcoholism by the FDA in 1994.
141 patients elected to begin treatment with Revia after receiving education as to the risks, benefits, and alternatives.
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A total of 191 patients met DSM-IV criteria for alcohol dependence; 141 patients elected to start on Revia after receiving education regarding the risks, benefits, and alternatives.
The Cochrane review finds that the medication naltrexone - brand names are Depade and ReVia - when combined with counseling or interventions like Alcoholics Anonymous, can help cut the risk of heavy drinking in patients who are dependent on alcohol.