hydromorphone hydrochloride

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Related to Palladone: Dilaudid, Oxymorphone, hydromorphone, Opana, Jurnista
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Noun1.hydromorphone hydrochloride - a narcotic analgesic (trade name Dilaudid) used to treat moderate to severe pain
analgesic, anodyne, pain pill, painkiller - a medicine used to relieve pain
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Kaufman, Painkiller Palladone Pulled over Alcohol Risk, WASH.
Purdue Pharma says that, based on the availability of sufficient RFID tags, it may use the technology on bottles of Palladone, a product to treat persistent moderate-to-severe pain.
Shortly after Purdue Pharma announced in July that it was taking its 24-hour opioid Palladone off the market because of a potentially fatal interaction with alcohol, the Food and Drug Administration said it was looking into the possibility that other sustained-release narcotics could pose the same danger.
Shortly after Purdue Pharma announced in July that it was taking its 24-hour opioid Palladone off the market due to a potentially fatal interaction with alcohol, the Food and Drug Administration said it was looking into the possibility that other sustained-release narcotics could pose the same danger.
Shortly after Purdue Pharma announced last month that it was taking its 24-hour opioid Palladone off the market due to a potentially fatal interaction with alcohol, the Food and Drug Administration said it was looking into the possibility that other sustained-release narcotics could pose the same danger.
The Palladone withdrawal (hydromorphone hydrochloride extended-release) came at the same time the FDA announced it was investigating whether the transdermal fentanyl patch marketed as Duragesic might be linked to a number of deaths.
An article in the May 2 edition of the "Retail Pharmacy" section of Chain Drag Review inaccurately reported Purdue Pharma LP's marketing plans for Palladone, an analgesic.
The new agent, marketed as Palladone, is expected to become available sometime during the first half of 2005; but for the first 18 months on the market, it will only be marketed to a limited number of health professionals experienced in prescribing opioid analgesics, according to Purdue Pharma, the Stamford, Conn.-based company that also manufactures oxycodone under the trade name OxyContin.
Approved with a risk management plan aimed at reducing abuse and minimizing diversion of Palladone (a notorious problem with another Purdue Pharma controlled-release opioid agonist, Oxycontin); selecting the proper patients; and avoiding accidental pediatric use.