Mixing Alcohol And Sufenta Side Effects, Interactions And Blackouts
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Sufenta, as with other opioids, acts on the central nervous system of patients. When Sufenta is administered, it binds to opioid receptors throughout the body and the central nervous system. Sufenta then changes how pain signals are sent and how they’re felt. Sufenta also slows down the central nervous system. In a hospital setting when someone is given this drug, they’re monitored for dangerous signs of respiratory depression, which can result from Sufenta. Other side effects of Sufenta can include sedation, which is why it’s used as an anesthetic. Nausea and vomiting are possible as well.
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