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Dicodin L.P. 60 mg Dihydrocodeine is also known as DHC. It is an opioid-type pain reliever. It is most commonly used to treat moderate to severe pain, such as pain from a serious injury or after serious surgery. Buy Dicodin L.P. 60mg Dihydrocodeine tablet online now from your Pain Relief. It is also often used for persistent pain when weaker painkillers, such as paracetamol, ibuprofen, and aspirin, offer little or no relief due to the severity of the pain.
Dicodin L.P. 60mg Dihydrocodeine is classified as a semi-synthetic opioid analgesic. It is usually prescribed for severe pain or shortness of breath or as a cough suppressant, either alone or in combination with paracetamol (acetaminophen) (as in co-dydramol) or aspirin. It was developed in Germany in 1908 and first marketed in 1911. We are currently marketing Dicodin L.P. 60mg Dihydrocodeine USA
It is usually available in the form of tablets, solutions, and elixirs. It is also available in other oral forms and is additionally available in some countries as an injectable solution for subcutaneous and deep intramuscular administration. like codeine, intravenous administration should be avoided; this is often because it could lead to anaphylaxis and potentially fatal pulmonary edema. in the past, dihydrocodeine suppositories were used. Dihydrocodeine is available as a prescription suppository. It is used as an alternative to codeine.
It was first described in 1911 and approved for medical use in 1948. It was developed in the search for simpler cough medicine, in particular, to help reduce the spread of tuberculosis, whooping cough, and pneumonia between 1895 and 1915. Its chemical structure is similar to that of codeine. Dihydrocodeine is actually twice as strong as codeine. Although it has highly reactive metabolites, in the form of hydroforming and dihydroformin-6-glucuronide (one hundred times more potent). These metabolites are produced in such small quantities that they have no clinically significant effects.
Dihydrocodeine is also the first member and chemical basis of a variety of comparable semisynthetic opioids such as,
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Dihydrocodeine has analgesic effects almost similar to those of codeine. It is also effective in treating a variety of pain-related conditions. According to the FDA (Food & Drug Administration), dihydrocodeine is derived from codeine and produces effects almost similar to codeine. It causes short-acting, rapid-onset effects. As a member of the codeine family, dihydrocodeine may be a main ingredient in many types of prescription opioid drugs. Other codeine-based drugs are available, including Codeine 19.5 mg Paderyl Sulfate from Gerda Pharma.
Trade names of dihydrocodeine include:
Although these brands are unique for a number of things. They differ from each other in terms of the strength of the drug and the added ingredients, such as aspirin and acetaminophen. The addition of a non-opioid analgesic enhances the effects of dihydrocodeine without increasing the concentration of the opioid.
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The pathway names of dihydrocodeine are often difficult to decipher, especially for unsuspecting friends and family. Teens, in particular, use street names on a daily basis. Partly to take over and look “cool” and partly to disguise drug use activities. Common names for dihydrocodeine include:
Since codeine is the main component, street names for dihydrocodeine may refer to the component codeine and include the following names:
Uses of dihydrocodeine
Dihydrocodeine is often used as an analgesic and cough suppressant. Depending on the composition of the drug, it can produce potent, rapid-dose or controlled-release effects.
When applied as a pain treatment, doses of 15 to 16 mg are usually prescribed in capsule or tablet form. Painkillers may also contain non-opioid agents such as ibuprofen, aspirin, or acetaminophen. These additional additives enhance the analgesic effects of dihydrocodeine.
When taken as a cough suppressant, it is often combined with decongestants and antihistamines. According to the British Journal of Clinical Pharmacology, in
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