What Conditions does MORPHINE SULFATE Treat?
- rapid onset of fluid in the lungs
- additional agent to induce general anesthesia
- additional local anesthesia
- excessive pain
- drug withdrawal syndrome in newborn infant
- acute pain following an operation
- regional anesthesia for cesarean section
- regional anesthesia for surgery
- regional anesthesia for labor pain
- regional anesthesia for post-operative pain
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