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Uses of Suboxone
 
Suboxone is also known by the generic name Buprenorphine-Naloxone


USES:
This medication contains 2 medicines:
buprenorphine and naloxone. It is used to treat narcotic (opioid) dependence/addiction. Buprenorphine belongs to a class of drugs called mixed narcotic agonist-antagonists. Buprenorphine helps prevent withdrawal symptoms caused by stopping other opiate-type narcotics.

Naloxone is a narcotic antagonist that blocks the effect of narcotics and can cause severe narcotic withdrawal when injected. It has little effect when taken by mouth or dissolved under the tongue. It is combined with buprenorphine to prevent abuse and misuse (injection) of this medication. This combination medication is used as part of a complete treatment program for drug abuse (such as compliance monitoring, counseling, behavioral contract, lifestyle changes).


Uses of Cocaine
 
USES:
Cocaine is used by health care professionals to temporarily numb the lining of the mouth, nose, and throat (mucous membranes) before certain medical procedures (e.g., biopsy, stitches, wound cleaning). It is an anesthetic that works quickly to numb the area about 1-2 minutes after application. Cocaine also causes blood vessels to narrow, an effect that can decrease bleeding and swelling from the procedure.


Suboxone and Cocaine Combined Have 10 Life Threatening (Major) Side Effects
 
Critcal Seriouosness - Abscess is a Life Threatening Side Effect of Cocaine and Suboxone combined
Critcal Seriouosness - Allergic Reaction caused by a Drug - Hypersensitivity Drug Reactions is a Life Threatening Side Effect of Cocaine and Suboxone combined
Critcal Seriouosness - Backache - Back Pain is a Life Threatening Side Effect of Cocaine and Suboxone combined
Critcal Seriouosness - Depression is a Life Threatening Side Effect of Cocaine and Suboxone combined
Critcal Seriouosness - Hepatitis is a Life Threatening Side Effect of Cocaine and Suboxone combined
Critcal Seriouosness - Infection is a Life Threatening Side Effect of Cocaine and Suboxone combined
Critcal Seriouosness - Pain is a Life Threatening Side Effect of Cocaine and Suboxone combined
Critcal Seriouosness - Reaction due to an Allergy - Allergic Reactions is a Life Threatening Side Effect of Cocaine and Suboxone combined
Critcal Seriouosness - Significant Decrease in Lung Function - Respiratory Depression is a Life Threatening Side Effect of Cocaine and Suboxone combined
Critcal Seriouosness - Yellowing of Skin or Eyes from Liver Problems - Jaundice is a Life Threatening Side Effect of Cocaine and Suboxone combined

Suboxone and Cocaine Combined have 13 Most Frequently Occurring Side Effects
 
Anxious - Anxiety is a Frequently Occurring Side Effect of Suboxone and Cocaine combined
Backache - Back Pain is a Frequently Occurring Side Effect of Suboxone and Cocaine combined
Chronic Trouble Sleeping - Insomnia is a Frequently Occurring Side Effect of Suboxone and Cocaine combined
Depression is a Frequently Occurring Side Effect of Suboxone and Cocaine combined
Excessive Sweating - Hyperhidrosis is a Frequently Occurring Side Effect of Suboxone and Cocaine combined
Feel Like Throwing Up - Nausea is a Frequently Occurring Side Effect of Suboxone and Cocaine combined
Head Pain - Headache Disorder is a Frequently Occurring Side Effect of Suboxone and Cocaine combined
Incomplete or Infrequent Bowel Movements - Constipation is a Frequently Occurring Side Effect of Suboxone and Cocaine combined
Infection is a Frequently Occurring Side Effect of Suboxone and Cocaine combined
Pain is a Frequently Occurring Side Effect of Suboxone and Cocaine combined
Problems with Smell - Parosmia is a Frequently Occurring Side Effect of Suboxone and Cocaine combined
Stomach Cramps - Abdominal Pain with Cramps is a Frequently Occurring Side Effect of Suboxone and Cocaine combined
Taste Problems - Dysgeusia is a Frequently Occurring Side Effect of Suboxone and Cocaine combined

Suboxone and Cocaine Drug-Drug Interactions
 
There are no drug-drug interactions between Suboxone and Cocaine.

Suboxone has 31 Condition Contraindications
 
If you have any of these Conditions then you should carefully evaluate the risks of taking Suboxone.

Suboxone Sublingual Contraindications
(grouped by decreasing seriousness level)

Absolute Contraindications 

Pain in Opioid Naive Patients is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Paralytic Ileus - Paralysis of the Intestines is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Relative Contraindications 

Abnormal Hepatic Function Tests - Abnormal Liver Function Tests is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Alcohol Intoxication is a contraindication of Suboxone.

CNS Depression - Abnormal Nervous System Function Affecting Mental Alertness is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Chronic Disease of Respiratory System - Chronic Lung or Breathing Passage Problem is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Chronic Hepatitis C is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease - Chronic Obstructive Lung Disease is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Chronic Type B Viral Hepatitis - Chronic Hepatitis B is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Congenital Long QT Syndrome - Abnormal EKG with QT changes from Birth is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Cor Pulmonale is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Head Injury is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Hypercapnia - Excess Amount of Carbon Dioxide in the Blood is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Hypoxia - Decreased Oxygen In The Tissues Or Blood is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Intracranial Hypertension - High Pressure Within the Skull is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Intracranial Lesion - Lesion of Brain is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Kyphoscoliosis with Respiratory Compromise - Curvature of the Spine with Respiratory Compromise is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Orthostatic Hypotension - Blood Pressure Drop Upon Standing is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Prolonged QT Interval - Prolonged Q-T Interval on EKG is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Respiratory Depression - Significant Decrease in Lung Function is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Respiratory Insufficiency - Lung Failure causing Loss of Breath is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Torsades de Pointes - Very Rapid Heartbeat - Torsades de Pointes is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Toxic Psychosis - Mental Disorder Resulting from Poisonous Agents is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Untreated Hypothyroidism - Untreated Decreased Level of Thyroid Hormones is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Contraindication Warnings 

Adrenocortical Insufficiency - Decreased Function of the Adrenal Gland is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Alcohol Withdrawal Delirium - Psychosis caused by Sudden Alcohol Withdrawal is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Benign Prostatic Hypertrophy - Enlarged Prostate is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Biliary Tract Disorder - Biliary and Gallbladder Problem is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Debilitation - Weakened Patient is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Disease of Liver - Liver Problems is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Urethral Stricture - Narrowing of the Tube that Empties Urine From the Bladder is a contraindication of Suboxone.

Cocaine has 7 Condition Contraindications
 
If you have any of these Conditions then you should carefully evaluate the risks of taking Cocaine.

Cocaine Topical Contraindications
(grouped by decreasing seriousness level)

Absolute Contraindications 

Lactating Mother - A Mother who is Producing Milk and Breastfeeding is a contraindication of Cocaine.

Relative Contraindications 

Conduction Disorder of the Heart - Abnormal Heart Rhythm is a contraindication of Cocaine.

Disorder of Mucous Membrane - Injury to a Mucous Membrane is a contraindication of Cocaine.

Epilepsy - Epileptic Seizure is a contraindication of Cocaine.

Severe Cardiovascular Disease - Serious Problems with Heart and Blood Vessels is a contraindication of Cocaine.

Severe Uncontrolled Hypertension - Severe Uncontrolled High Blood Pressure is a contraindication of Cocaine.

Thyrotoxicosis - Overactive Thyroid causing Life-Threatening Symptoms is a contraindication of Cocaine.
Suboxone - Symptoms of overdose may include
slow breathing, slow heartbeat, loss of consciousness.

Cocaine - Symptoms of overdose may include
vomiting, stomach/abdominal pain, severe headache, irregular breathing, seizures, fainting.

Contact poison control
If overdose is suspected, contact your local poison control center or emergency room immediately. US residents can call the US national poison hotline at 1-800-222-1222. Canadian residents should call their local poison control center directly.

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