Nalmefene

Nalmefene (trade name Selincro), originally known as nalmetrene, is an opioid receptor antagonist developed in the early 1970s, used primarily in the ...

Easy to read patient leaflet for nalmefene. Includes indications, proper use, special instructions, precautions, and possible side effects.

The new drug for alcoholism, nalmefene is being touted as a cure for alcoholism. Is this alcoholism medicine really that effective?

Nalmefene, also known as Revex, is used in the medical treatment of alcoholism because it has been found to reduce craving for some alcohol dependent patients.

Nalmefene reverses the effects of opioid (OH-pee-oid) medications, also called narcotics. Opioid effects include drowsiness, low blood pressure, and slowed breathing.

noun, Pharmacology 1. a drug, C 21 H 25 NO 3 , used in the treatment of dependence disorders, as alcoholism and narcotics addiction.

Nalmefene will help you to reduce the amount of alcohol you drink. Take one tablet each day that you anticipate drinking alcohol. Where possible, take the tablet 1-2 ...

10/7/2013 · Scotland has become the first country in Europe to prescribe a new drug which reduces cravings for alcohol. Nalmefene has been given the go-ahead by the ...

Le nalméfène , connu à l'origine sous le nom de nalmétrène et commercialisé sous les noms de Revex aux États-Unis et Selincro en Europe , est un antagoniste ...

4/12/2013 · A potential new treatment for alcoholism called nalmefene is effective and safe for reducing alcohol consumption in alcohol dependent individuals, says a ...