pain pill

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Noun1.pain pill - a medicine used to relieve painpain pill - a medicine used to relieve pain  
acetaminophen, Anacin III, Datril, Panadol, Phenaphen, Tempra, Tylenol - an analgesic for mild pain but not for inflammation; also used as an antipyretic; (Datril, Tylenol, Panadol, Phenaphen, Tempra, and Anacin III are trademarks of brands of acetaminophen tablets)
acetanilid, acetanilide, phenylacetamide - a white crystalline compound used as an analgesic and also as an antipyretic
acetophenetidin, acetphenetidin, phenacetin - a white crystalline compound used as an analgesic and also as an antipyretic
amidopyrine, aminopyrine - a white crystalline substance used as an analgesic and antipyretic
acetylsalicylic acid, aspirin, Bayer, Empirin, St. Joseph - the acetylated derivative of salicylic acid; used as an analgesic anti-inflammatory drug (trade names Bayer, Empirin, and St. Joseph) usually taken in tablet form; used as an antipyretic; slows clotting of the blood by poisoning platelets
codeine - derivative of opium; used as an antitussive (to relieve coughing) and an analgesic (to relieve pain)
colchicine - an analgesic drug derived from the saffron plant and used to treat gout
Fentanyl, Sublimaze - trade names of a narcotic analgesic that can be inhaled and that acts on the central nervous system and may become addictive; used as a veterinary anesthetic and with other drugs before, during, and after surgery; also used as a nonlethal gas to incapacitate people in hostage situations; also abused as a recreational drug
Dilaudid, hydromorphone, hydromorphone hydrochloride - a narcotic analgesic (trade name Dilaudid) used to treat moderate to severe pain
medicament, medication, medicinal drug, medicine - (medicine) something that treats or prevents or alleviates the symptoms of disease
morphia, morphine - an alkaloid narcotic drug extracted from opium; a powerful, habit-forming narcotic used to relieve pain
pentazocine, Talwin - analgesic drug (trade name Talwin) that is less addictive than morphine
phenazopyridine, Pyridium - analgesic (trade name Pyridium) used to treat urinary tract infections
Darvon, propoxyphene, propoxyphene hydrochloride - a mildly narcotic analgesic drug (trade name Darvon) related to methadone but less addictive
sodium salicylate - a crystalline salt used as an analgesic and antipyretic
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5, 2013 /PRNewswire/ -- Michael Cannizzaro , Behavioral Health Group (BHG) Chairman and Chief Executive Officer, announced the acquisition of Midsouth Treatment Center, a medically supervised treatment center for pain pill and opioid addiction, including methadone, counseling, and referral, located in Dyersburg, Tennessee.
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The hospital's response comes from a growing prescription pain pill problem that many health experts say started in doctors' offices years ago with over-prescribing practices.
Meanwhile, from 2010 to 2012 pain pill overdoses declined significantly in men, people under 45 years old, those who live in the South, and non-Hispanic whites.
A lot of patients' first response when they feel pain is to take a pain pill, he said.
Zohydro, which the FDA gave the green light in October against the advice of its advisory panel, will serve as a powerful pain pill for those who can't get relief from what's already out there.
A BOY of 11 ended up fighting for life when he suffered 65 per cent burns after a horrific allergic reaction to everyday pain pill ibuprofen.
Maybe there will be a pain pill or two left for the budgeteers.
With plenty of information for pain pill addicts to help them shake their addiction and free themselves to function as a clean individual.
Viewed as safer than street drugs like heroin, prescription pain pill misuse is on the increase in all age ranges.
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