[[morphine]]

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morphine [2020/02/12 22:55]
Graham Grove [Dosing and routes of administration]
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 | :::                          | Oral modified release ​    ​| ​                             |   | | :::                          | Oral modified release ​    ​| ​                             |   |
 | :::                          | ​Subcut stat              | 2.5mg for breakthrough pain  |   | | :::                          | ​Subcut stat              | 2.5mg for breakthrough pain  |   |
-| :::                          | ​​CSCI ​                   | 10mg over 24 hours           ​| ​  |+| :::                          ​O| ​​CSCI ​                   | 10mg over 24 hours           ​| ​  |
  
 === Equianalgesic doses === === Equianalgesic doses ===
  
-​​1mg of subcut morphine + ​​1mg of subcut morphine 
-​​= 3mg or oral morphine + ​​​= 3mg or oral morphine 
-​​= 1mg of SC oxycodone + ​​​= 1mg of SC oxycodone 
-​​= 2mg of oral oxycodone + ​​​= 2mg of oral oxycodone 
-​​= 0.2mg of subcut hydromorphone +​​ = 0.2mg of subcut hydromorphone 
-​​= 0.6mg of oral hydromorphone + ​​​= 0.6mg of oral hydromorphone 
-​​= 15 microgs of subcut fentanyl+ ​​​= 15 microgs of subcut fentanyl 
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 +Equivalence tables only give approximate doses and it is always wise to use caution and be conservative in dosing when undertaking a conversion. 
 +​ 
 +{{page>​Opioid Equivalence Table}} 
 + 
 +=== ​​Compatibilities in a CSCI === 
 +​​ 
 +​​Morphine can be mixed safely with a large combinations of other medications in a continuous subcutaneous infusion. 
 + 
 +{{page>2 Drug Morphine Combinations}} 
 + 
 +{{page>3 Drug Morphine Combinations}} 
 + 
 +{{page>4 Drug Morphine Combinations}}
  
  
  • morphine.txt
  • Last modified: 2020/02/12 22:57
  • by Graham Grove