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The drug, approved for use in the US just last year, targets peripheral side effects of morphine without interfering with its painkilling properties.
Defender De Zeeuw (toe) needed painkilling injections to get through the win over Charlton and like striker Heskey (calf), has not trained all week.
They are believed to have taken morphine sulphate, a painkilling drug also known as MST, found at the home of one of the youths still in hospital.
Carpenter will need a painkilling injection in his ankle before he plays for Brighton at Ninian Park on Saturday.
Other articles in this series have presented the stories of teens who've abused LSD, cocaine, and painkilling drugs.
But he has to play with a painkilling injection and is sure to lack fitness due to missing training, so the Gers captain may take it easier then normal.
He swallowed the painkilling pills that allowed him to play last season.
The report - released after Ryder was sentenced to probation and community service for stealing from a Beverly Hills department store - notes she had eight different painkilling drugs and a syringe on her when she was arrested for shoplifting last year.
Morphine is a powerful painkilling drug with a well-known downside.
Besson's research is crucial in the effort to create non- opiate, non-addictive painkilling drugs as effective as morphine but free of its side effects.
SJS is a rare but serious skin disorder whose cause is often unknown but may often be a hyperactive allergic reaction to the Cox-2 inhibitor painkilling drug Bextra.
Rooney was forced to take a painkilling injection to a badly bruised toe to play in United's 3-1 Champions League exit to Bayern Munich nine days ago.
Murphy, the club captain, returned from a groin injury with the help of a painkilling injection to inspire Alex to a 2-0 Johnstone's Paint Trophy final triumph against Southend at Wembley on Sunday, opening the scoring with an exquisite finish from a deftly worked sixth-minute corner.
The Bulgarian hitman was last night waiting to be told the extent of the damage after receiving a painkilling injection to help him through the game.