How can i create Nalbuphine HCL?
may you tell me how can i (chemically) create an injectable solution of "Nalbuphine hydrochloride" using basic laboratorial tools.. please tell me with details how to create it, what the tools and sources i need for that chemical execution , and how can i get those sources.. but please keep in mind that...
Asked by Janae Salone 2 years ago.
may you tell me how can i (chemically) create an injectable solution of "Nalbuphine hydrochloride" using basic laboratorial tools.. please tell me with details how to create it, what the tools and sources i need for that chemical execution , and how can i get those sources.. but please keep in mind that im not a chemistrist. Answered by Caitlin Philippi 2 years ago.
You're joking, right? Just in case you're not joking, I think it's fairly safe to say that you cant synthesize nalbuphine HCl. It's an opioid with a very complex chemical structure - 5 fused rings and 5 contiguous chiral centers would make this synthesis difficult for even the most experienced synthetic organic chemist... Answered by Antony Pirillo 2 years ago.
What did they give me it was called Nubain 10 mg MI?
i was given this at the hospital and ive been sleepy for two days now
Asked by Isidra Crabtree 2 years ago.
NUBAIN (nalbuphine hydrochloride) is a synthetic narcotic agonist-antagonist analgesic of the phenanthrene series. It is chemically related to both the widely used narcotic antagonist, naloxone, and the potent narcotic analgesic, oxymorphone When were you given this? Narcotics are very strong pain relief and are restricted medications. Narcotics do normally cause sleepiness Answered by Wynell Buddington 2 years ago.
They gave me Nubian when I was in the last stages of labor. They compared it to a 6 pack in a pill. It REALLY helped with my pain and calming me- making me able to relax between contractions. It is a good thing! Answered by Minnie Pallino 2 years ago.
What is Nubain? I was watching a birthing show where they gave mom Nubain for pain, but Ive never heard of it.
Asked by Janay Clower 2 years ago.
NUBAIN is a potent analgesic. Its analgesic potency is essentially equivalent to that of morphine on a milligram basis. Its onset of action occurs within 2 to 3 minutes Its onset of action occurs within 2 to 3 minutes after intravenous administration, and in less than 15 minutes following subcutaneous or intramuscular injection. NUBAIN (nalbuphine hydrochloride) is indicated for the relief of moderate to severe pain. NUBAIN can also be used as a supplement to balanced anesthesia, for preoperative and postoperative analgesia, and for obstetrical analgesia during labor and delivery. *** My doctor ordered Nubain for me when I was in labor. It's only effective during early labor and it takes the edge off pain. I was administered Nubain intravenously. It took effect immediately after the the IV drip was started (approx. 2 minutes). It made me feel out of it, like I had no care in the world. I wason cloud 9. That was a comforting feeling during labor, LOL. I was able to catch a few "Z's," too. I highly recommend Nubain. Answered by Clementine Shetter 2 years ago.
It's a pain med. They give it in a shot form, through the iv. I have had it with three of my kids. to be honest it didn't really help with the pain it made me mentally relax so i could control myself, and get a grip. It kinda made me feel high. It doesn't seem to last that long. maybe about 30 min. Answered by Farrah Quann 2 years ago.
Nubain is a synthetic substitute for Demerol, and when I was a practicing LVN, Nubain was not a controlled substance, although it SHB. Apparently, the risks of dependency were not as great as the so-called "controlled substances", such as Morphine, Demerol, or Talwin, et al. It is usually injected IM(intra-muscular). Answered by Ruben Gagne 2 years ago.
Nubain is a synthetic narcotic agonist-antagonist which is used for the treatment of moderate to severe pain. Answered by Claud Zin 2 years ago.
its a pain med.its ok i got it when i was in labor with my son. it takes the edge of of the contractions, it doesnt hurt the baby one bit. some women prefer this to getting an epidural Answered by Lawanda Brower 2 years ago.