Opiate/ Opiod Conversion

FORUM INDEX Specific Medicines Opiate/ Opiod Conversion

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  • #865
    arganrecords
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    Thought this possibly could be helpful to some of those actively seeking out pain medications and their relationship and strength ratio compared to other a lot more well known meds. The numbers & rates listed below are relative to the following; Analgesic/opioid Strength when compared to ********, Equivalent dose (10 mg ********), Bioavailability, Half-life of active metabolites (hours)

    Aspirin (non-opioid) 1/360 no equivalent dose total 3.1–9
    Diflunisal (NSAID, non-opioid) 1/160 1600 mg 80–90% 8–12
    Dextroprop***phene[3] 1/13 to 1/20 130–200 mg
    Codeine 1/10 100 mg ≈90% 2.5–3 (C6G 1.94;[4] ******** 2–3)
    Tramadol 1/10 100 mg 68–72% 5.5–7 (≈9)[clarification needed]
    Tapentadol 1/10 100 mg 95%
    Alphaprodine 1/4–1/6 40–60 mg
    Pethidine (meperidine *****chloride) 1/3 28 mg 50–60% 3–5
    hydrocodone 1 10 mg ≥80% 3.8–6
    ******** (oral) (1) (10 mg) ≈25% 2–3
    oxycodone 1.5–2.0 5.0–6.7 mg ≤87% 3–4.5
    ******** (IV/IM) 3 3.33 mg 100% 2–3
    Methadone (acute) [6][7] 3–4 2.5–3.33 mg 40–90% 15–60
    Dia******** (Heroin; IV/IM)[8] 4–5 2–2.5 mg 100% <0.6
    hydromorphone[9] 5 2 mg 30–35% 2–3
    hydromorphone 7 1.4 mg 10% 7.25–9.43
    Methadone (chronic) [7] 7.5 1.35 mg 40–90% 15–60
    7-*****xymitragynine 17 ≈.six mg
    Buprenorphine[3][dead link] 40 0.25 mg 35–40% (sublingual) 20–70, mean thirty-seven
    Fentanyl 50–100 0.1–0.2 mg 33% (oral); 92% (transdermal) 0.04 (IV); 7 (transdermal)

    Di*****etorphine [notes 2] 1000–12,000 20–40 µg
    Carfentanil [notes 2][10] 10,000–100,000 0.1–1.0 μg 7.7

    #866
    bat
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    Here is a link to a bioavailability graph for dummies: http://www.bluelight.ru/vb/threads/2…fe-MEGA-Thread

    Opoid Conversion Chart: http://www.bluelight.ru/vb/threads/5…nversion-Chart

    I am trying to figure out why oxycontion 20 mg’s (0C 20’s) seems to be more powerful than roxie 30’s. Do others experience the same thing?

    #867
    aty
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    If you are speaking about ox 20’s I always thought they were great but I seem to get a much better kick from 10’s. And as for thirties they normally get split in half.

    #1802
    chera
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    thanks for the links Bat. much appreciated.

    #1813
    beachbro
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    useful links right there. Thanks!

    #1850
    snowy
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    they are basically the same thing so it may just seem that way, but really its not.

    #1895
    Ocean View
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    I believe their not exactly the same. I could be wrong tho.

    #1906
    crucibelle
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    I dont get it, the percetage is supposed to show how potent a particular medication is?

    #1918

    brienzi
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    Look at the equivalent dose. that will tell exactly how potent a specific drug is.

    #2035
    SoAndSo
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    hmmm fentanyl seems rather potent then, so does buprenorphine 😉

    #5499
    Carter
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    Had good experience with buprenorphine patches for pain, works well and a more pleasant long lasting effect compared to duragesic patches.

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