Equianalgesic

An equianalgesic (or opioid) chart is a conversion chart that lists equivalent doses of analgesics (drugs used to relieve pain). Equianalgesic charts are used for calculation of an equivalent dose (a dose which would offer an equal amount of analgesia) between different analgesics. ==Format== Equianalgesic tables are available in different formats...
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equianalgesic

<pharmacology> Having equal pain-killing effect, morphine sulphate, 10 mg intramuscularly, is generally used for opioid analgesic comparisons. ... (16 Dec 1997) ...
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equianalgesic

(e″kwĭ-an″әl-je´sik) approximately equal in ability to relieve pain; said of drugs, doses, or routes of administration.
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equianalgesic

equianalgesic A dose of one form of analgesic drug equivalent to another analgesic in pain-relieving potential. Knowing this equivalence permits the substitution of analgesics without undesired side effects.
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