Nefopam and morphine in man

@article{Sunshine1975NefopamAM,
  title={Nefopam and morphine in man},
  author={Abraham Sunshine and Eugene M Laska},
  journal={Clinical Pharmacology \& Therapeutics},
  year={1975},
  volume={18}
}
  • A. SunshineE. Laska
  • Published 1 November 1975
  • Medicine, Biology
  • Clinical Pharmacology & Therapeutics
A new analgesic, nefopam, is chemically distinct and pharmacologically unrelated to any presently known analgesic. A comparison was made of morphine and nefopam in 74 patients who required parenteral analgesia for moderate to severe postoperative and somatic pain, using a single administration, 2‐dose level, double‐blind design. A significant dose‐response curve was obtained with nefopam and with morphine, and there was no significant deviation from parallelism. The time‐effect curves for the 2… 

A comparison of a new analgesic, nefopam hydrochloride, with morphine sulphate, pentazocine and pethidine hydrochloride in post-operative pain

It is suggested that nefopam is a sufficiently potent analgesic agent to control post-operative pain, with a relatively low incidence of side-effects.

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The Clinical Analgesic Efficacy of Oral Nefopam Hydrochloride

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The Analgesic and Hypothermic Effects of Nefopam, Morphine, Aspirin, Diphenhydramine, and Placebo

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Oral nefopam and aspirin

Treatment effects were consistent and indicative of good dose response to both active medications, and pain relief scores were more variable but were generally in accordance with SPID values.

Nefopam and Ketamine Comparably Enhance Postoperative Analgesia

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A Comparison of the Analgesic Effect of Intramuscular Nefopam and Morphine in Patients with Postoperative Pain

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The effects of nefopam on blood acid‐base status in the rabbit: interactions with morphine in the mouse and rabbit

Nefopam, a non‐narcotic analgesic, had only minor effects upon the blood pH, Pco2 and standard bicarbonate of the conscious rabbit, and when nefopam was administered in conjunction with morphine the increase in P co2 was greater than with morphine alone.

Nefopam: A Review of its Pharmacological Properties and Therapeutic Efficacy

Nefopam is a non-narcotic analgesic not structurally related to other analgesic drugs, and when appropriate dose ratios were compared in short term studies it was shown to produce analgesia comparable to that with the oral analgesics aspirin, dextropropoxyphene and pentazocine, as well as that with ‘moderate’ doses of parenteral morphine, pethidine and pentacine.
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