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Tramadol 100mg Tablets By Searle Pharma synthetic atypical opioid made to mimic the agonistic  properties of tramadol's metabolite, M1(O-Desmethyltramadol). It has  been suggested that tramadol could be effective for alleviating symptoms  of depression, anxiety, and phobias In May 2009, the United States Food and Drug Administration issued a Warning Letter to Johnson & Johnson, alleging that a promotional website  commissioned by the manufacturer had "overstated the efficacy" of the  drug, and "minimized the serious risks".[17] The company which produced it, the German pharmaceutical company  Grünenthal GmbH, were the ones alleged to be guilty of "minimizing" the  addictive nature and proposed efficacy of the drug, although it showed  little abuse liability in preliminary tests. The 2010 Physicians Desk Reference contains several warnings from the manufacturer, which were not present in prior years. The warnings include more compelling language regarding  the addictive potential of tramadol, the possibility of difficulty  breathing while on the medication, a new list of more serious side effects, and a notice that tramadol is not to be used in place of opiate  medications for addicts. Tramadol is also not to be used in efforts to  wean addict patients from opiate drugs, nor to be used to manage  long-term opiate addiction. Availability and Usage: Tramadol is usually marketed as the hydrochloride salt (tramadol hydrochloride); the tartrate is seen on rare occasions, and rarely (in the US at least) tramadol is available for both injection (intravenous and/or intramuscular) and oral administration. The most well known dosing unit is the 50 mg  generic tablet made by several manufacturers. It is also commonly available in conjunction with APAP (Paracetamol, Acetaminophen) as Ultracet, in the form of a smaller dose of 37.5 mg tramadol and 325 mg of APAP. The solutions suitable for injection are  used in patient-controlled analgesia pumps under some circumstances,  either as the sole agent or along with another agent such as morphine. Tramadol comes in many forms, including: capsules (regular and extended release) tablets (regular, extended release, chewable, low-residue and/or  uncoated tablets that can be taken by the sublingual and buccal routes) suppositories effervescent tablets and powders ampules of sterile solution for SC, IM, and IV injection preservative-free solutions for injection by the various spinal routes (epidural, intrathecal, caudal, and others) powders for compounding liquids both with and without alcohol for oral and sub-lingual administration, available in regular phials and bottles, dropper  bottles, bottles with a pump similar to those used with liquid soap and phials with droppers built into the cap tablets and capsules containing (acetaminophen/APAP), aspirin and other agents. Tramadol has been experimentally used in the form of an ingredient in  multi-agent topical gels, creams, and solutions for nerve pain, rectal  foam, concentrated retention enema, and a skin plaster (transdermal  patch) quite similar to those used with lidocaine. Tramadol has a characteristic and unpleasant taste which is mildly  bitter but much less so than morphine and codeine. Oral and sublingual  drops and liquid preparations come with and without added flavoring. Its  relative effectiveness via transmucosal routes (i.e. sublingual,  buccal, rectal) is similar to that of codeine, and, like codeine, it is  also metabolized in the liver to stronger metabolites (see below). The maximum dosage for tramadol in any form is 400 mg per day.  Certain manufacturers or formulations have lower maximum doses. For  example, Ultracet (37.5 mg/325 mg tramadol/APAP tablets) is capped at 8  tablets per day (300 mg/day). Ultram ER is available in 100, 200, and  300 mg/day doses and is explicitly capped at 300 mg/day as well. Patients taking SSRIs (Prozac, Zoloft, etc.), SNRIs (Efexor, etc.),  TCAs, MAOIs, or other strong opioids (oxycodone, methadone, fentanyl,  morphine), as well as the elderly (> 75 years old), pediatric (<  18 years old), and those with severely reduced renal (kidney) or hepatic  (liver) function should consult their doctor regarding adjusted dosing  or whether to use Tramadol at all. Off-label and investigational uses diabetic neuropathy[18][19] postherpetic neuralgia[20][21] fibromyalgia[22] restless legs syndrome[23] opiate withdrawal management[24][25] /Anti-Depressant withdrawal aid (proven to be effective, especially with withdrawal from its distant relative Venlafaxine(Effexor). migraine headache[26] obsessive-compulsive disorder[27] premature ejaculation[28] Veterinary Tramadol may be used to treat post-operative, injury-related, and chronic (e.g., cancer-related) pain in dogs and cats[29] as well as rabbits, coatis, many small mammals including rats and flying squirrels, guinea pigs, ferrets, and raccoons. Tramadol 100mg Tablets By Searle Pharma comes in ampules in addition to the tablets, capsules, powder  for reconstitution, and oral syrups and liquids; the fact that its  characteristic taste is distasteful to dogs, but can be masked in food,  makes for a means of administration. No data that would lead to a  definitive determination of the efficacy and safety of tramadol in  reptiles or amphibians is available at this time, and, following the  pattern of all other drugs, it appears that tramadol can be used to  relieve pain in marsupials such as North American opossums, Short-Tailed Opossums, sugar gliders, wallabies, and kangaroos among others. Tramadol for animals is one of the most reliable and useful active  principles available to veterinarians for treating animals in pain. It  has a dual mode of action: mu agonism and mono-amine reuptake  inhibition, which produces mild anti-anxiety results. Tramadol may be  utilized for relieving pain in cats and dogs. This is an advantage  because the use of some non-steroidal anti-inflammatory substances in  these animals may be dangerous. When animals are administered tramadol, adverse reactions can occur. The most common are constipation, upset stomach, decreased heart rate.  In case of overdose, mental alteration, pinpoint pupils and seizures may  appear. In such case, veterinarians should evaluate the correct  treatment for these events. Some contraindications have been noted in  treated animals taking certain other drugs. Tramadol should not be  co-administered with selegiline or any other psychoactive class of  medication such as selective serotonin reuptake inhibitors (SSRIs),  tricyclic antidepressants, or monoamine oxidase inhibitors. In animals,  tramadol is removed from the body via liver and kidney excretion.  Animals suffering from diseases in these systems should be monitored by a  veterinarian, as it may be necessary to adjust the dose. Dosage and administration of tramadol for animals: in dogs for  sufficient analgesia: 1&ndash;4 mg/kg PO q8-12h (Hardie, Lascelles et al.  2003) and to control chronic pain in cats: 4 mg/kg PO twice daily (Note:  Dose extrapolated from human medicine. Tramadol has not been evaluated  for toxicity in cats and has not been used extensively, but early  results encouraging) (Lascelles, Robertson et al. 2003).

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