Palladone - Hydromorphone - Dosage - Side Effects - Drug Interactions
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Palladone Pulled From Market
The Food and Drug Administration ordered the maker of Palladone (hydromorphone hydrochloride) to stop selling the narcotic drug, citing potentially fatal reactions when Palladone is taken together with alcohol.
Palladone: Opioid-Based Pain Medication (Removed From Market in 2005)
Palladone had been FDA approved for around-the-clock relief of moderate to severe pain but was taken off the market in 2005.
Facts About Analgesics (Painkillers)
Analgesic medications are commonly referred to as painkillers. Palladone is an analgesic medication.
Drugs A-Z - Palladone / Hydromorphone Extended-Release
Patient education for Palladone. NOTE: This drug is discontinued in the United States. Patients currently taking Palladone should immediately contact their doctor. Do not stop taking Palladone without talking with your doctor, they may want you to finish your supply. Do not drink any alcohol with Palladone. You may have serious adverse effects with even one drink.
Poisoning from an overdose of Hydromorphone.