Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 020459/001.

Names and composition

"REVEX" is the commercial name of a drug composed of NALMEFENE HYDROCHLORIDE.

Forms

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020459/001 REVEX NALMEFENE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION EQ 0.1MG BASE per ML
020459/002 REVEX NALMEFENE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION EQ 1MG BASE per ML

Similar Active Ingredient

ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
020459/001 REVEX NALMEFENE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION EQ 0.1MG BASE per ML
020459/002 REVEX NALMEFENE HYDROCHLORIDE INJECTABLE/INJECTION EQ 1MG BASE per ML

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Answered questions

Whats that nasil spray called...?
it just came out it started with a r .. it was something like revex or im not sure if you can help thank you so much cause i cannot breathe thanks Asked by Dorine Moradian 1 year ago.

I use Nasanex or whatever. Answered by Catalina Tamborlane 1 year ago.


Can seroquel help an addict quit alcohol and pot?
Asked by Jeffry Blessett 1 year ago.

Seroquel is not used for this purpose. If you want to quit alcohol, I suggest switching to Librium for a while, then tapering off slowly. This minimises the withdrawals from alcohol. After you've got off of it, and you need to stay off but are getting strong cravings, I would recommend either Naltrexone (Revia) or Nalmefene (Revex). In addition, I would recommend something called Acamprol / Acamprosate (Generic: Calcium-Acetyl-Homotaurinate.) Speak to your doctor about these meds as they require a prescription. Naltrexone doesn't really block the pleasurable effects of pot so I wouldn't recommend using it for pot cravings. Acamprol would be a better bet. You might also want to ask your doc to let you try Wellbutrin. This should give you a bit more energy whilst going through withdrawals. Quitting weed won't give you physical symtpoms, but you may experience a good deal of fatigue, in which case I recommend the Wellbutrin. Feel free to drop me a line if you need anymore help on this subject. Good luck. Answered by Marybelle Pevehouse 1 year ago.

I doubt that seroquel can help with this issue, as it is a drug used for psychotic disorders. Talk with your doctor about good solutions. And if you are an alcoholic, try AA, maybe an outpatient or inpatient rehab. Most people with addiction issues also have mental illness issues... self medication and escape Answered by Star Skeets 1 year ago.

Never heard about it. Seroquel (Quetiapine) is used for treating schizophrenia. If you want to stop drinking and smoking pot you'd better try Revia (Naltrexone). This is a narcotic antagonist that blocks the pleasurable effects of alcohol and reduces cravings. Answered by Glayds Blogg 1 year ago.

I know you're not meant to HAVE seroquel and drink lol. See a doctor, they're the ones who know what they're doing Answered by Lakesha Elliam 1 year ago.

I take seroquel to help me sleep. I really doubt its good to mix with alcolhol Answered by Shawanda Spadea 1 year ago.

Not sure about alcohol but marijuana is not addictive so you can not get hooked on it so you don't have to worry about that. If for whatever reason you want to stop smoking just stop. Answered by Tiesha Binggeli 1 year ago.


Have any one take Naltrexone o campral?
I need to know wich one of this two is best? please is important thanks a lot Asked by Farrah Ensel 1 year ago.

Here are the basic medications used for alcohol treatment: Campral reduces the urge to drink which may be what you want. Thiamine 100mg twice daily then daily is very important to prevent severe neurological damage from alcohol toxicity and deficiency from alcohol. The Campral and Naltrexone require a Doctor, Thiamine is OTC. Remember- God loves you. ......................................... Medicines most often used to treat withdrawal symptoms during detoxification include: * Antianxiety medicines (such as diazepam), which treat withdrawal symptoms such as delirium tremens (DTs). * Seizure medicines, to reduce or stop severe withdrawal symptoms during detoxification. Medicines used to help keep you sober during recovery include: * Disulfiram (Antabuse), which slows the pleasurable effects that alcohol produces and makes you nauseated when you drink. * Naltrexone (ReVia), which interferes with the pleasure you get from drinking. * Acamprosate (Campral), which can reduce your craving for alcohol. This medicine was recently approved to treat alcohol abuse and dependence. * Topiramate (Topamax), which is a medicine used to treat seizures. One recent study shows that it might also help treat alcohol problems. 8 Experts are still studying how this medicine, and medicines like it, might help with recovery from alcohol abuse and addiction. Other medicines. Experts are testing other medicines to see if they might help people quit drinking. These include: * Ondansetron (Zofran). Researchers are still studying this medicine to see if it is a safe and effective treatment for alcohol problems. * Buspirone (BuSpar). This is an antianxiety drug that might help with alcohol problems. It has shown mixed results in studies. 5 * Nalmefene (Revex). This medicine is similar to naltrexone, and it has been tried as a treatment for alcohol problems. But recent research shows that it might not be effective. 9 Alcohol abuse can cause your body to become low in certain vitamins and minerals, especially thiamine (vitamin B1). You might need to take thiamine supplements to improve your nutrition during recovery. You also might need supplements to help replace fluids and electrolytes. What to Think About Antianxiety medicines are used during detoxification to help you safely withdraw from alcohol. Vitamins, particularly thiamine (vitamin B1), help prevent Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome, which causes permanent brain damage from poor nutrition and long-term alcohol use. 10 All other conditions that frequently occur with alcohol abuse and dependence (such as depression or peptic ulcer) need proper treatment to help in your recovery. Answered by Gregorio Bedsole 1 year ago.


Whats that nasil spray called...?
it just came out it started with a r .. it was something like revex or im not sure if you can help thank you so much cause i cannot breathe thanks Asked by Malorie Rodemeyer 1 year ago.

I use Nasanex or whatever. Answered by Rochelle Peter 1 year ago.


Can seroquel help an addict quit alcohol and pot?
Asked by Delicia Dunegan 1 year ago.

Seroquel is not used for this purpose. If you want to quit alcohol, I suggest switching to Librium for a while, then tapering off slowly. This minimises the withdrawals from alcohol. After you've got off of it, and you need to stay off but are getting strong cravings, I would recommend either Naltrexone (Revia) or Nalmefene (Revex). In addition, I would recommend something called Acamprol / Acamprosate (Generic: Calcium-Acetyl-Homotaurinate.) Speak to your doctor about these meds as they require a prescription. Naltrexone doesn't really block the pleasurable effects of pot so I wouldn't recommend using it for pot cravings. Acamprol would be a better bet. You might also want to ask your doc to let you try Wellbutrin. This should give you a bit more energy whilst going through withdrawals. Quitting weed won't give you physical symtpoms, but you may experience a good deal of fatigue, in which case I recommend the Wellbutrin. Feel free to drop me a line if you need anymore help on this subject. Good luck. Answered by Beth Riblett 1 year ago.

I doubt that seroquel can help with this issue, as it is a drug used for psychotic disorders. Talk with your doctor about good solutions. And if you are an alcoholic, try AA, maybe an outpatient or inpatient rehab. Most people with addiction issues also have mental illness issues... self medication and escape Answered by Lenard Loverich 1 year ago.

Never heard about it. Seroquel (Quetiapine) is used for treating schizophrenia. If you want to stop drinking and smoking pot you'd better try Revia (Naltrexone). This is a narcotic antagonist that blocks the pleasurable effects of alcohol and reduces cravings. Answered by Reita Chiquito 1 year ago.

I know you're not meant to HAVE seroquel and drink lol. See a doctor, they're the ones who know what they're doing Answered by Maegan Zywiec 1 year ago.

I take seroquel to help me sleep. I really doubt its good to mix with alcolhol Answered by Toby Jasmin 1 year ago.

Not sure about alcohol but marijuana is not addictive so you can not get hooked on it so you don't have to worry about that. If for whatever reason you want to stop smoking just stop. Answered by Mimi Cutrona 1 year ago.


Have any one take Naltrexone o campral?
I need to know wich one of this two is best? please is important thanks a lot Asked by Dean Berkhimer 1 year ago.

Here are the basic medications used for alcohol treatment: Campral reduces the urge to drink which may be what you want. Thiamine 100mg twice daily then daily is very important to prevent severe neurological damage from alcohol toxicity and deficiency from alcohol. The Campral and Naltrexone require a Doctor, Thiamine is OTC. Remember- God loves you. ......................................... Medicines most often used to treat withdrawal symptoms during detoxification include: * Antianxiety medicines (such as diazepam), which treat withdrawal symptoms such as delirium tremens (DTs). * Seizure medicines, to reduce or stop severe withdrawal symptoms during detoxification. Medicines used to help keep you sober during recovery include: * Disulfiram (Antabuse), which slows the pleasurable effects that alcohol produces and makes you nauseated when you drink. * Naltrexone (ReVia), which interferes with the pleasure you get from drinking. * Acamprosate (Campral), which can reduce your craving for alcohol. This medicine was recently approved to treat alcohol abuse and dependence. * Topiramate (Topamax), which is a medicine used to treat seizures. One recent study shows that it might also help treat alcohol problems. 8 Experts are still studying how this medicine, and medicines like it, might help with recovery from alcohol abuse and addiction. Other medicines. Experts are testing other medicines to see if they might help people quit drinking. These include: * Ondansetron (Zofran). Researchers are still studying this medicine to see if it is a safe and effective treatment for alcohol problems. * Buspirone (BuSpar). This is an antianxiety drug that might help with alcohol problems. It has shown mixed results in studies. 5 * Nalmefene (Revex). This medicine is similar to naltrexone, and it has been tried as a treatment for alcohol problems. But recent research shows that it might not be effective. 9 Alcohol abuse can cause your body to become low in certain vitamins and minerals, especially thiamine (vitamin B1). You might need to take thiamine supplements to improve your nutrition during recovery. You also might need supplements to help replace fluids and electrolytes. What to Think About Antianxiety medicines are used during detoxification to help you safely withdraw from alcohol. Vitamins, particularly thiamine (vitamin B1), help prevent Wernicke-Korsakoff syndrome, which causes permanent brain damage from poor nutrition and long-term alcohol use. 10 All other conditions that frequently occur with alcohol abuse and dependence (such as depression or peptic ulcer) need proper treatment to help in your recovery. Answered by Arnoldo Pointon 1 year ago.


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