Application Information

This drug has been submitted to the FDA under the reference 016891/001.

Names and composition

"TALWIN COMPOUND" is the commercial name of a drug composed of ASPIRIN and PENTAZOCINE HYDROCHLORIDE.

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ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
016891/001 TALWIN COMPOUND ASPIRIN; PENTAZOCINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 325MG and EQ 12.5MG BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**

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ApplId/ProductId Drug name Active ingredient Form Strenght
016891/001 TALWIN COMPOUND ASPIRIN; PENTAZOCINE HYDROCHLORIDE TABLET/ORAL 325MG and EQ 12.5MG BASE **Federal Register determination that product was not discontinued or withdrawn for safety or efficacy reasons**

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What is Talaween and what is the right spelling for it?
What's the Ixhilein, Butel Glecaul, Butel Ascitat? Asked by Aurore Spolar 1 year ago.

Talwin It's a narcotic pain medication. The other ingredients are chemical compounds commonly found in spray paint. Don't inhale too much of that stuff. It will kill you after killing most of your brain cells. Answered by Herb Heskett 1 year ago.

Do check your spelling in an organic chemistry textbook. It makes alot of difference in many of the organic compounds. All of the ones listed in previous answers were near correct. The one not identified was xylene, used in processing of slides of cells in cytology. It is an aromatic hydrocarbon which means it has a ring structure and an odor. Answered by Evelyne Bodiford 1 year ago.

You must mean Toluene. It is a Benzene ring with one methyl attached. It's also the starting material for Trinitrotoluene, TNT! Then you have Butyl Glycol and Butyl Acetate. I have no idea what you mean by Ixhilein Answered by Vanessa Klohe 1 year ago.

oh lord you spell worse than I do. first it's toluene and it's a phenyl group with a methyl on it. the rest i'm not quite sure what you mean. open an organic text book and start reading. Answered by Isela Mcelwine 1 year ago.

u mean toluene, it is methyl benzene. xylene is a benzene ring disubstituted with 2 methyl groups, there is ortho xylene: the 2 methyl groups are at position 1 and 2 on the ring. meta is 1,3 methyl benzene and para is 1,4 methyl benzene Answered by Willie Orsborn 1 year ago.

Toluene A benzene ring with one methyl group attached to it Answered by Vanesa Orrala 1 year ago.

Toluene... chemical solvent Answered by Brandie Fingleton 1 year ago.


Which narcotic is worst on the liver?
Asked by Cassondra Cordill 1 year ago.

The (real) pain killer in Vicodin won't hurt your liver, but each tablet is cut with 500mg of acetaminophen, which if you take too much of will toast your liver. They do this on purpose to keep people from abusing it for too long. (you get poisoned!) The problem occurs when you take more than the maximum prescribed dose or have a couple drinks after you've been taking it for a few days. (alcohol and acetaminophen do not mix!). Or especially if you are taking other meds with acetaminophen in them. You can get some NAC (N-Acetyl Cysteine) at a vitamin shop... It is the antidote for acetaminophen overdose. It won't effect the strength or effectiveness of the vicodin, but will keep your liver from getting toasted. Answered by Roy Lablanc 1 year ago.

they r all bad 4 ur liver Answered by Lucrecia Studier 1 year ago.


How much urine is needed to do an extensive lab test break down of opiates?
I know they had about 3 oz to do multiple tests after delivery of my baby. I know they wanted to test for illicit drug use. Opiates did come up in my system. I was prescribed cough syrup that had morphine in it and i want to make sure they had enough urine to do the extensive lab work to back up that it was only... Asked by Pamila Neidhardt 1 year ago.

I know they had about 3 oz to do multiple tests after delivery of my baby. I know they wanted to test for illicit drug use. Opiates did come up in my system. I was prescribed cough syrup that had morphine in it and i want to make sure they had enough urine to do the extensive lab work to back up that it was only cough syrup. Also, what and how does it get broken down? What illicits drugs can they break down? Answered by Yung Cabezas 1 year ago.

Any toxicology lab will be able to detect the "broken down" metabolites of any substance they want to find: If cough syrup is all your worried about then tell "them" exactly what you took and they can tell if it's the same compounds or not using GC/MS (gas chromotography/mass spec) Drug Profile, Urine (Nine Drugs), Immunoassay With GC/MS Confirmation Synonyms: IA-9 Test Includes: Amphetamines; barbiturates; benzodiazepines; cannabinoids (marijuana); cocaine; methadone (Dolophine®); opiates (codeine, morphine only); phencyclidine (PCP); propoxyphene Specimen: Urine (random) Volume: 45 mL (about 4 tablespoons) Container: Use plastic urine drug bottle and evidence tape or tamper-evident container for forensic specimen. Collection kits are available by request from the laboratory. GC/MS confirmation Methodology: Initial test by immunoassay; confirmation of positives by gas chromatography/mass spectrometry (GC/MS) ---------------------- For a typical drug screen usually 20 mL of urine should be enough for additional drug testing. (per LabCorp.com) If a compound wants to be detected, it can be found using the instrumentation available in most toxicology labs. •Volatiles: acetone; ethanol; isopropanol; methanol •*Amphetamines: amphetamine (Dexedrine®), ephedrine/pseudoephedrine; methamphetamine (Desoxyn®); phenmetrazine (Preludin®); phentermine (Ionamin®); phenylpropanolamine •*Antidepressants: amitriptyline (Elavil®); desipramine (Norpramin®); doxepin (Adapin®, Sinequan®); imipramine (Tofranil®); nortriptyline (Pamelor®) •*Barbiturates: amobarbital (Amytal®); butabarbital (Butisol Sodium®); pentobarbital (Nembutal®); phenobarbital (Luminal®); secobarbital (Seconal®) •*Benzodiazepines: chlordiazepoxide (Librium®); diazepam (Valium®) •*Opiates: codeine; morphine •*Phenothiazines: chlorpromazine (Thorazine®); promazine (Sparine®); thioridazine (Mellaril®) •Others: acetaminophen (Tylenol®, Datril®); caffeine; carbamazepine (Tegretol®); cimetidine (Tagamet®); cocaine and/or metabolite; diphenhydramine (Benadryl®); ethchlorvynol (Placidyl®); glutethimide (Doriden®); meperidine (Demerol®); meprobamate (Miltown®, Equanil); methadone (Dolophine®); nicotine; pentazocine (Talwin®); phencyclidine (PCP); propoxyphene (Darvon®) or its metabolite norpropoxyphene; quinine/quinidine *Reported as a class if negative. Listed drugs reported if positive. Urine testing shows drug use over the last 2 or 3 days for amphetamines, cocaine, and opiates. Marijuana and its metabolites, cannabinoids, may be detectable for several weeks. Hair samples, which test the root end of the hair, reflect drug use within the last 2 to 3 months but not the most recent 2-3 weeks - the amount of time it takes for the hair to grow. Saliva detects which drugs have been used in the last 24 hours. Samples of sweat may be collected on an absorbent patch worn for several days to weeks and therefore can indicate drug use at any point during that extended period of time. These other types of samples are often used for specific purposes. For instance, hair samples may be used as an alternative to urine testing for employment or accident drug testing. Sweat testing may be used as a court-ordered monitoring tool in those who have been convicted of drug use, while saliva is often used by the insurance industry to test insurance applicants for drug use. Answered by Tawanna Loebs 1 year ago.

This Site Might Help You. RE: How much urine is needed to do an extensive lab test break down of opiates? I know they had about 3 oz to do multiple tests after delivery of my baby. I know they wanted to test for illicit drug use. Opiates did come up in my system. I was prescribed cough syrup that had morphine in it and i want to make sure they had enough urine to do the extensive lab work to back up... Answered by Chantay Lebouef 1 year ago.

It is possible he will fail the lab test. The home tests are not the same and aren't as good as the lab tests. There is a bit of misinformation out there and that is cocaine is out of your system in 2-3 days. Well while that might be true LABS DON'T TEST FOR THE DRUG ITSELF. Yes, that is true, they look for the metabolite. A metabolite is something that the body produces when it ingests something, in the case of cocaine it is "benzoylecgonine" that will stay around long after the drug is gone, up to 30 days for a frequent user. THE DRUG ITSELF can stay in your bloodstream up to 72 hours. It can stay in your urine for about 1 or up to 3 days after single use. Habitual or chronic use can be detected in urine for up to 12 weeks depending on quantity, duration, and frequency of use. Answered by Annita Kindla 1 year ago.

Who is "they"? Are you on probation or parole and court-ordered to submit to drug testing? Is this a pre-employment or random employment drug testing in accordance with your company's policies? If not, then no one can drug test you without your consent. Whatever you do, don't use synthetic urine. I used it once and it came back positive for THC. Answered by Mel Marlo 1 year ago.


What are some addictive drugs?
for a school health project which ones are addicting? Asked by Carmon Navarra 1 year ago.

Aha. Good question. Now, it all depends on what side of the equation you're working. There are two main types of chemical dependence in the brain: Physical and Psychological. Physical dependence occurs when the body has become so accustomed to functioning in the presence of a certain chemical that, when removed, the body goes into a physical withdrawal as it attempts to regulate itself. In this time, the body goes through natural physical cravings - as it is easier than having to readjust itself. Common physically addicting agents: -Hydrocodone -Morphine -Heroin (diacetyl morphine) >Fatal withdrawals reported -Hydromorphone (synthetic morphine) -Oxymorphone -Oxycodone -Opium -Codeine (methylmorphine) -Dextroamphetamines -Levoamphetamines -Alcohol >Fatal withdrawals reported -Methyl-amphetamines >Esp. in HCl form (aka "Crystal meth") >Fatal withdrawals reported -Methaqualone (aka "Quaaludes") -Gamma-hydroxybutyrate (aka "GHB") >Fatal withdrawals reported -Cocaine >Esp. in rock form (aka "Crack") -Benzodiazepines: >Alprazolam (aka "Xanax") >Clonazepam (aka "Klonopin") >Diazepam (aka "Valium") >Lorazepam (aka "Ativan") +All BZOs have seismic withdrawals+ -Phencyclidine (aka "PCP") -Nicotine -Thebaine (natural opiate form) -Carisoprodol (aka "Soma") --etc.-- Now, if you want extra credit, you could list analogues of these substances. (This is the part in which I beat Andrea's copy-pasted answer...) Phencyclidine: -PCPy (Rolicyclidine) -PCE (Eticyclidine) -TCP (Tenocyclidine) -PHP (Phenylcyclohexylpyrrolidine) -PCPP (Phenylcyclopentylpiperidine) Morphine: -dihydromorphine -dihydrocodeine -propyl-dimethylmorphine -isobutyl-dimethylmorphine -allyl-dimethylmorphine -cyclopropylmethyl-morphine -etorphine (aka "Immobilon") -naloxone (aka "Narcan") -naltrexone (aka "Trexan") -levorphanol (aka "LevoDromeran") -levallorphan (aka "Lorfan") -cyclorphan -butorphanol (aka "Stadol") -benzomorphans -pentazocine (aka "Talwin") -cyclazocine -4-phenylpiperidine (aka "Demerol") -diphenoxylate (aka "Lomotil") -ketobemidone -anileridine -piminodine -fentanyl (aka "Sublimaze") -lofentanil -propoxyphene (aka "Darvocet") -6-methylene-dihydromorphine Okay, sorry - maybe don't use all of them. Morphine has hundreds of analogue derivative compounds. These are just a few from out of my med books. (Yes, I looked up several of them in my school work. No, I'm not being childish.) Lol. Well, anyways. If you need any information on anything in these lists, or any other questions - feel free to message me :) My contact info is in my Y! Answers profile. Hope this helps with your project :) Answered by Norma Gebhard 1 year ago.

There are many many additive drug opium, cocaine, nicotine, crystal meth are a few. Drugs can be addictive in two ways physically or mentally. If they are physically addictive like the ones above then they have physical withdrawal systems. Some drugs like pot are only mentally addictive as withdraw only leaves a mental want for the drug. Answered by Faustino Callaro 1 year ago.

addiction is misunderstood. True addiction means that you get really sick and feel like you are 90 years old, have diarhea, running nose and eyes and sneezing when you stop your drug. If this doesnt happen you are not addicted, you are just missing feeling high and that makes you feel depressed and people think that is addiction. Believe me, there is only one type of true addiction and you get so sick that after enough days you cant take it any more and many people kill themsleves at this time. Opiates are the worst. Heroin, codein,morphene, vicodin, oxycontin are the drugs that will make you truly addicted. Many people think they are addicted because they miss their high when they dont have it, but they dont know sick and miserable until they have met he opiate family Answered by Dennis Reano 1 year ago.

Adderall Alcohol Analgesics Barbiturates Buprenorphine Butorphanol Caffeine Chloral hydrate, trichloroethanol and derivatives Cocaine Codeine Dextromethorphan Dextropropoxyphene Ethchlorvynol Fentanyl and its analogs Flunitrazepam (Rohypnol®) Gamma-hydroxybutyrate (GHB) Glutethimide Heroin (Diacetylmorphine) Hydrocodone Hydromorphone (Dilaudid®) Ketamine Laxatives Levo-alpha-acetylmethadol (LAAM) Meperidine (Pethidine) Meprobamate Methadone Methamphetamine and other Amphetamines Methaqualone and related sedative-hypnotics Methcathinone Morphine Nicotine Opium Oxycodone Paraldehyde (Paral®) Phencyclidine (PCP) Synthetic opioid agonists and partial agonists not considered here Semi-synthetic opiates not considered here Xanax and other benzodiazepines Answered by Latoyia Sultana 1 year ago.

Meth is one of the most addicting drugs i know.one hit and you want more, just like that your hooked on it. Answered by Tristan Stransky 1 year ago.

Cocaine, heroin, LSD, methamphetamine, amphetamine, alcohol, tobacco, caffeine, xanax, klonopin, oxycodone, percocet, nubain, codeine, valium, fentanyl, methadone, ultram, sufentanil, ultiva, darvon, paregoric, oxymorphone, orlaam, dezocine.. to name a few Answered by Rosaura Rybarczyk 1 year ago.

Heroine cocaine/crack meth/crystal meth alcohol/booze have a nice school project and a great day. Answered by Donya Tyrie 1 year ago.

oxy cotin (if u need some u know my mail) :-p Answered by Gracie Wilcut 1 year ago.


Which medicine/pills will cause blood thinning? I am planning to do a discogram this Friday.?
Which medicine/pills will cause blood thinning? I am planning to do a discogram this Friday. I know I should not take Aspirin...( But last night I took Robitussin - Cough, Cold & Flu and I took Contac Cold + Flu this morning). I wasn't sure if these medicine will cause blood...thinning.!! Can someone HELP?? Asked by Daria Idler 1 year ago.

Here is a list of blood thinning medications. Websites will also give info 4-Way Cold Tablets Ascriptin Ascriptin with Codeine Advil Aleve Alka-Seltzer Anacin Anaprox Arthopan Liquid ASA and Codeine Asprin Ascriptin Aspergum Bayer BC Tablets and powder Bromo-Seltzer Bufferin Bufferin with Codeine #3 Cama Arthritis Pain Reliever Clinoril Congesprin Chewable Tablets Cope Tablets Coricidin "D" Congestant Tablets Coricidin Coumadin Darvon with ASA Darvon Compound Disalcid Doan's Pills Dolobid Dristan Duragesic Easprin ECOTRIN Empirin Emperin with Codeine Equagesic Excedrin Feldene Fenoprofen Florinal Tablets Florinal with Codeine Ibuprofen Indocin Indomethasin Lodine Micrainin Midol Motrin Nalfon Naprosyn (Naproxen) Norgesic and Norgesic Forte Nuprin Nyquil Nytol Orudis Oxycodone Pamprin Percodan Persantine Phenaphene Propoxyphene Robaxisal Synalgos - DC Capsules Talwin Trilisate Answered by Corrinne Haver 1 year ago.

Blood Thinner Tablets Answered by Bobbie Brehaut 1 year ago.


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