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Opioids by Mind Map: Opioids

1. Opioid agonist-antagonist/opioid antagonist combinations

1.1. DRUGS

1.1.1. Suboxone

1.1.1.1. buprenorphine

1.1.1.2. naloxone

2. Opioid agonist/opioid antagonist combinations

2.1. DETAILS

2.2. DRUGS

2.2.1. Targiniq ER (II)

2.2.1.1. Oxycodone

2.2.1.2. naloxone

2.2.2. Embeda (II)

2.2.2.1. morphine

2.2.2.2. naltrexone

3. Opioid antagonists

3.1. DETAILS

3.2. DRUGS

3.2.1. Naloxone (Narcan, Ezvio)

3.2.1.1. Nasal = Narcan or injectable generic with atomizer)

3.2.1.2. IM/SC = Evzio auto injector

3.2.1.3. IV: generic naloxone

3.2.2. Naltrexone (ReVia)

3.2.3. Nalmefene (Revex)

4. Opioid agonists-antagonists

4.1. DETAILS

4.2. DRUGS

4.2.1. Bupenorphine

4.2.1.1. schedule III

4.2.1.2. IV, IM, SL, transdermal

4.2.2. Butorphanol

4.2.2.1. schedule IV

4.2.2.2. IV, IM, intranasal

4.2.3. Nalbuphine

4.2.3.1. not scheduled

4.2.3.2. IV, IM

4.2.4. Pentazocine

4.2.4.1. schedule IV

4.2.4.2. PO, IV, IM

4.3. ADR

5. Opioid agonists

5.1. DRUGS

5.1.1. Morphine (II)

5.1.2. Fenatyl (II)

5.1.3. Hydromorphone (II)

5.1.4. Meperidine (II)

5.1.5. Methadone (II)

5.1.6. Hydrocodone (II)

5.1.7. Oxycodone (II)

5.1.8. Codeine (II, III, IV)

5.2. ADR

5.3. ACTION

5.4. TOLERANCE

5.5. PHYSICAL DEPENDENCE

6. Controlled Substances

6.1. Schedule I

6.2. Schedule II

6.3. Schedule III

6.4. Schedule IV

6.5. Schedule V