different between opioid vs methylnaltrexone
From opium +? -oid.
- (UK) IPA(key): /???pi??d/
opioid (plural opioids)
- A substance that has effects similar to opium.
- (physiology) Any of the natural substances, such as an endorphin, released in the body in response to pain.
- (pharmacology) Any of a group of synthetic compounds that exhibit similarities to the opium alkaloids that occur in nature.
opioid From the web:
From methyl +? naltrexone.
- (pharmacology) A peripherally-acting ?-opioid antagonist that acts to reverse some of the side effects of opioid drugs such as constipation without affecting analgesia or precipitating withdrawals.
methylnaltrexone From the web:
- methylnaltrexone what class
- what is methylnaltrexone used for
- what is methylnaltrexone bromide
- what does methylnaltrexone do
- what is methylnaltrexone subcutaneous used for
- what drug is methylnaltrexone
you may also like
- opioid vs methylnaltrexone
- antagonist vs methylnaltrexone
- methylnaltrexone vs naltrexone
- legalizes vs legalises
- legalizes vs legalizer
- legalises vs legalisms
- legalised vs legalises
- legalises vs legalists
- ethane vs dicyanoethane
- dicyano vs dicyanoethane
- cyans vs cyano
- cyano vs cyanol
- cyano vs cyanophenyl
- cyano vs cyanochromone
- cyano vs cyanopyridine
- cyano vs cyanosilylation
- cyano vs cyanophosphorylation
- cyano vs cyanocarboxylate
- ammoniated vs ammoniates
- terms vs ammoniated