Fentora Related Topics

Fentora is a brand name version of the drug fentanyl. It is an opioid pain medication used to treat chronic and acute pain. It can be administered through a transdermal patch or intravenously. Opioids are powerful pain medications that can become addictive if not used properly. Prolonged use or recreational use of Fentora can lead to dependence and withdrawal. If you or a loved one are struggling with opioid addiction, seek out treatment. Call the experts at The Recovery Village to learn more about treatment options.


Fentora Related Topics

Fentora OverdoseFentora is a sublingual form of the potent analgesic opioid fentanyl. It’s primary intention is to treat breakthrough pain in opioid-tolerant cancer patients. To be considered opioid-tolerant, the patient must already be taking the equivalent of 60 mg of oral morphine or 20 mg of oral oxycodone per day for at least one week.
Fentora Mixing It with AlcoholPatients need to be aware of many things when they start a new medication. Some of the most important things to be reviewed prior to treatment are potential side effects the medication and different interactions the drug may have with their current medications.