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ca·ri·so·pro·dol

 (kə-rī′sə-prō′dôl′, -dōl′, kär′ĭ-)
n.
A drug, C12H24N2O4, that is a skeletal muscle relaxant and is used in the treatment of acute, painful musculoskeletal conditions.

[car(bonyl) + isopro(pyl) + d(i)ol.]
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carisoprodol

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[18.] Bramness JG, Skurtveit S, Merland J, Engeland A: The risk of traffic accidents after prescriptions of carisoprodol; Accid Anal Prev 39:1050; 2007.
Effective September 1, 2019, advanced practice registered nurses (APRNs) and other health care prescribers will be required to review the prescription monitoring program (PMP) prior to issuing prescriptions for opiates, benzodiazepines, barbiturates, or carisoprodol. APRNs will be required to document this review in the patient's medical record in addition to the rationale for prescribing the controlled substance.
Drug Brand Names Amitriptyline * Elavil, Endep Methadone * Dolophine, Bupropion * Wellbutrin, Methadose Zyban Milnacipran * Savella Carisoprodol * Rela, Soma Mirtazapine * Remeron Cydobenzaprine * Amrix, Nortriptyline * Pamelor Flexeril Paroxetine * Paxil Desipramine * Norpramin Pregabalin * Lyrica, Lyrica CR Desvenlafaxine * Pristiq Tapentadol * Nucynta Duloxetine * Cymbalta Tramadol * Ultram Fluoxetine * Prozac Trazodone * Desyrel, Oleptro Gabapentin * Horizant, Venlafaxine * Effexor Neurontin Warfarin * Coumadin, Imipramine-Tofranil Jantoven Levomilnacipran * Fetzima Bottom Line
The majority of the patients were using a combination of opiate, benzodiazepine and carisoprodol. "The combination is often referred to as the 'holy trinity' due to the extreme euphoric effect it produces in patients," the letter said.
Summary: Consignment of 1m Carisoprodol pills and 3m Tramadol pills was destined for Iran
Assays for commonly prescribed medications such as tramadol, tapentadol, fentanyl, and carisoprodol may not be available.
Drugs that are usually used are: medications acting on GABA system: benzodiazepines (diazepam and clonazepam); baclofen; dantrolene sodium; gabapentin; alpha-adrenergic and serotonergic agents (noradrenergic pathways modulate the presynaptic inhibition of afferent spinal neurons): tizanidine; clonidine; dexmedetomidine; cyproheptadine; central myorelaxants: cyclobenzaprine, carisoprodol, methocarbamol, metaxalone, chlorzoxazone, chlorphenesin, chlorpromazine; and cannabis and cannabinoid-like substances (dronabilon, nabilone).
The patient takes a total of 23 for his medical conditions that include zolpidem, methocarbamol, hydrocodone, carisoprodol, alprazolam, and gabapentin.
He reported his neurologist had him on carisoprodol and diazepam to help relieve these symptoms, but that they were stopped one month prior.
Patient's Home Medications Albuterol (Ventolin[R]) as needed Aspirin 325 mg two tablets three times daily Carisoprodol (Soma[R]) 350 mg three times daily Cinacalcet (Sensipar[R]) 30 mg Monday, Wednesday, and Friday Dicyclomine (Bentyl[R]) 10 mg two capsules every 4 hours as needed Docusate (Colace[R]) 200 mg three times daily Folic acid 1 mg daily Fluticasone/salmeterol (Advair[R]) inhaler 250/50 one puff twice daily Magnesium 800 mg daily Multivitamin 1 tablet daily Oxycodone controlled release (Oxycontin[R]) 30 mg three times daily Oxycodone immediate release 5 mg three tablets every 3 hours as needed Senna 1 tablet three times daily as needed Valsartan (Diovan[R]) 160 mg daily Vitamin D 100 international units Monday to Friday Zoledronic acid (Reclast[R]) infusion yearly TABLE 2.