He is being held without bail on charges of possession of an electric stun gun; possession of a class A drug, hydromorphone hydrochloride; and possession of an incendiary device.
What does HMOR stand for?
HMOR stands for Hydromorphone
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According to step 1, an automatic 25% reduction in the equianalgesic hydromorphone dose would be calculated.
The possible metabolism of morphine to hydromorphone was first reported in 2006 by Cone et al.
OROS(R) Hydromorphone was developed by ALZA and uses the OROS(R) PUSH-PULL(TM) delivery system to release the opioid at a controlled rate.
Patient-reported pain intensity at six time points in the 24 hours after surgery was similar in both groups, as was consumption of patient-controlled hydromorphone at three time points after surgery, Yoram Abramov, M.