abusable

abusable

(əˈbjuːzəbəl)
adj
able to be abused
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It has been accused of "deceiving healthcare providers and healthcare benefit programmes" that its drug SUBOXONE Film "was safer and less abusable than other opioid-addiction treatment drugs".
The indictment noted that Indivior minted billions of dollars in revenue from Suboxone Film prescriptions that fooled health care providers into believing that Suboxone Film was safe, less divertible, and less abusable than other opioid-treatment drugs.
As a second-line approach to long-acting Ritalin and if there is not a response to it, I would consider extended-release Adderall preparations such as Vyvanse, which is an amphetamine preparation supposedly less abusable than Adderall (one can't snort it), but I also caution that it releases dopamine, peaks faster, and does not reduce to zero stimulant in 24 hours because of a variable half-life.
) "The opioid epidemic appeared in three waves, starting in the nineteen-nineties: the first was of prescription pills, mainly OxyContin the second was of heroin, which replaced pills for some opioid-addicted people, once new prescribing practices and less abusable formulations rendered pills less available and the most recent took the form of fentanyl and other synthetics, which are cheaper to produce than heroin and 50 times more potent.
Based on the totality of scientific evidence, the company believes: When corrected for math errors, material mistakes and misrepresentations made by FDA during a June Advisory Committee, Remoxy has properties that may deter against common methods of abuse, such as injection abuse; Based on a fair, neutral and impartial review of data, there is overwhelming evidence that Remoxy may be less abusable than marketed extended-release oxycodone products; Excipients in Remoxy may pose a lower risk of health problems and possess a higher margin of safety compared to marketed extended-release oxycodone products; and Remoxy meets all evidentiary standards for drug approval and its proposed indication.
Before prescribing any of these potentially abusable medications for a given patient, therefore, Dr.
The idea is to help generic opioid makers replicate the features already used in patented painkillers--for example, chemical agents that cause crushed pills to gum up when mixed with water--with the ultimate goal of completely eliminating abusable opioid drugs from the market.
In addition, this small amount of mu activation will provide a slight energetic boost, but is not so energy-producing that the drug develops the tolerance that occurs with all other abusable opioids (including methadone).