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VALIUM (#5405) - Long & Short Bags

Long Bags fit Carpujects. 7.5" x 2". Short bags fit Ampoule and vials. 6.5" x 2.5".

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$1.49

MORPHINE (#5404) - Long & Short Bags

Long Bags fit Carpujects. 7.5" x 2". Short bags fit Ampoule and vials. 6.5" x 2.5".

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$1.49

VERSED (#5406) - Long & Short Bags

Long Bags fit Carpujects. 7.5" x 2". Short bags fit Ampoule and vials. 6.5" x 2.5".

Paramedic Narcotic Tracking Bags

Narcotic Tamper Evident Bags were designed to Track All Controlled Substances through their Life Cycle. These are the First Ever Tamper Evident Bags Able to Track Narcotics like MORPHINE, VALIUM and VERSED.

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Latest News

Morphine Causes Lasting Changes In The Brain
Morphine, as little as a single dose, blocks the brain's ability to strengthen connections at inhibitory synapses, according to new Brown University research published in Nature.
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A Host of Anxiety Drugs, Begat by Valium
Even though they don't usually induce euphoria, benzopiazepines can become street drugs of abuse for their sedating effect, and some cocaine users like them to ''chill out.''
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Records Indicate Company Ignored Warning on Drug
The drug, known as Versed, was designed to replace injectable Valium as its patent expired.
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Valium Addiction

A large-scale nationwide USA government study conducted by SAMHSA found that benzodiazepines in the USA are the most frequently abused pharmaceutical with 35% of drug-related visits to the Emergency Department involved benzodiazepines. Benzodiazepines are more commonly abused than opiate pharmaceuticals...  Read More...

Morphine Addiction

Morphine is a potentially highly addictive substance, as it can cause psychological dependence and physical dependence as well as tolerance, with an addiction potential identical to that of heroin. When used illicitly, a very serious narcotic habit can develop in a matter of weeks whereas iatrogenic morphine addiction rates have, according to a number of studies, remained nearly constant...  Read More...

SFDA Seeks Better Regulation of Painkillers

02.09.2009

The U.S. Food and Drug Administration announced plans Monday to tackle growing concern over the misuse of powerful painkillers by requiring manufacturers of certain opioid drugs to help develop a plan to reduce the risks associated with the medications.

  • Stricter Guidelines
  • Heightened Security
  • More Regulations

The FDA said it has sent letters to 16 pharmaceutical companies that collectively manufacture the two dozen drugs that will be subject to the new review.

The requirement could ultimately take the form of additional warning labels, physician instructional materials, and stricter prescription indications, officials said.

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