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an oral antagonist against the action of opiates

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Carrying the colours of James Gaffney, whose Majestic Myles has done so well for him this season, Border Revia was given a well-judged ride by Tony Hamilton to run out a comfortable winner and initiate a four-timer for Fahey, who also sent out three winners at Haydock.
Photo (1--Cover--Color) Once used to fight drug addiction, naltrexone is now being touted as the latest breakthrough in treatment of alcoholism (2) Naltrexone, now being marketed under the name ReVia by DuPont Merck Pharmaceutical Corp.
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In 2003, about 90% of health plans covered alcohol abuse medications, but in some instances these drugs were given the highest copayment rates, such as with ReVia (naltrexone, 41%), or Antabuse (disulfiram, 27%).
In 1995, the FDA approved Revia (naltrexone) "for the treatment of alcohol dependence and for the blockade of the effects of exogenously administered opioids" to be used "as part of an appropriate plan of management for the addictions.
Let's look at the benefits and risks of you continuing to drink, and let's look at the benefits and risks of you taking Revia, or the benefits and risks of you taking methadone, or the benefits and risks of you taking Antabuse.
She was responsible for planning the strategic clinical development of several new drugs including ReVia for alcoholism, Cozaar, and Sustiva to fight HIV infection.
Until 2004, only two drugs (disulfiram (Odyssey Pharmaceuticals' Antabuse) and naltrexone (Barr Pharmaceuticals' ReVia, generics)) were approved in the United States for treatment of alcohol dependence, and until 2002, only three drugs (methadone (Roxane Laboratories' Dolophine, generics), naltrexone, and levomethadyl (Roxane Laboratories' Orlaam)) were approved for treatment of opioid dependence; levomethadyl has since been pulled from the market.
Available only on the Pegasus Rapier, the ReVia end-point system detects the point at which the TSV tips are revealed, enabling a consistent reveal height from one wafer to the next, increasing yields and avoiding scrap.
Current treatments for excessive alcohol drinking include prescription drugs Revia and Campral for controlling cravings.
Abercrombie, Revia, Degeyter & Associates, PLLC - CPAs
Drugs/classes mentioned in this report: ReVia (naltrexone); Vivitrol (extended release injectable naltrexone; Alkermes / Cephalon); Campral (acamprosate; Forest); Antabuse (disulfiram); gabapentin (generic); Topamax (topiramate; Ortho-McNeil); Prometa (flumazanil / gabapentin / hydroyzine; Hythiam); glutamatergic; non-NMDA; kainate; AMPA; CB-1; Acomplia (rimonabant; Sanofi-Aventis); SSRI; dopaminergic; Seroquel (quetiapine; AstraZeneca); NPY; NK; CRH.
Pan has held senior level management posts in three of the world's major healthcare companies and has been involved in the development of a number of significant drugs including Captopril, Cardiolite, Coumadin, Monopril, Neurolite, Pravachol, ReVia and Sustiva.
There, he was responsible for the success of the Coumadin, Cardiolite, Neurolite, ReVia, and Sustiva programs.
The joint venture's major products include Coumadin, an oral anticoagulant, Sinemet for Parkinson's disease, ReVia, a treatment for alcohol dependency and Cardiolite, a heart-imaging agent.