There are many kinds of painkillers for cancer patients, and the strong opioid painkillers have the best effect. Cancer patients generally have obvious pain, which is called cancer pain. Strong opioid analgesics are the best drugs to relieve cancer pain. They can make patients feel less pain or disappear by exciting opioid receptors in the human central nervous system. Morphine is the representative of this kind of drugs, but it is highly addictive, has short action time and large side effects, so it cannot be used for a long time.
At present, the better opioid analgesics, including the first generation of morphine sulfate sustained-release tablets and the second generation of oxycodone hydrochloride sustained-release tablets, are all morphine analgesics that have been artificially modified. They are not only less addictive and have a long effect time, but also have significantly reduced other side effects. Among them, the second generation of oxycodone hydrochloride sustained-release tablets, whose trade name is Oshkondin, is one of the best analgesics at present. In addition, if the patient is unable to take oral drugs due to coma and other reasons, external painkillers such as fentanyl transdermal patch can also be used, which are strong opioid analgesics for external use.
When cancer patients use painkillers, they need specialists to make accurate diagnosis and evaluation according to the condition, focus and cause of disease. Analgesic drugs are selected according to the time of cancer pain onset, the location of cancer pain lesions and the length of time needed to be taken. They are commonly used in the following situations:
Short term use: early cancer pain, that is, mild cancer pain, may be relieved by common painkillers, such as Fenbid, Losoprofen, and Voltaren;
Long term use: painkillers with less gastrointestinal irritation and less impact on liver and kidney functions can be selected, mainly including weak morphine drugs, such as tramadol, strong morphine painkillers, such as opioid instant morphine tablets or oxycodone. If cancer patients need to take it for a long time, they usually choose opioids, which can not only relieve pain better, but also stimulate the liver, kidney and digestive tract more weakly.
For the drugs used for cancer pain relief, the most effective ones are morphine drugs, which include morphine injections and oral morphine preparations. In clinical practice, patients are recommended to use oral morphine preparations. Oral morphine drugs can include quick acting morphine tablets and long-acting sustained release and controlled release morphine drugs.
In the application of pain relief for cancer patients, it is recommended that patients use long-acting morphine drugs for pain relief, so as to achieve a stable blood concentration, which can better and more stable relieve the pain of patients. If explosive pain occurs during the oral administration of long-acting morphine preparations, quick acting morphine can be used to solve the explosive pain, and the doctor will adjust the dosage of long-acting morphine the next day.
For cancer patients, besides the fear of death, the most painful thing is the pain of the body. Faced with this situation, cancer patients can relieve their pain symptoms by taking drugs such as Fenbid, aspirin, ibuprofen, Shuangkeyin, tramadol, morphine tablets, Oskondine, etc. according to the degree of physical pain.
After suffering from cancer, the body will have a variety of uncomfortable symptoms, pain is one of the most common. Long term pain will not only make the patient unbearable, but also bring great damage to the patient’s spirit, and even make the patient give up treatment. In this case, patients can properly use pain relievers, which can effectively relieve the pain on the body and reduce the suffering caused by cancer.
When the patient’s pain is relatively mild, you can use aspirin, plus other non steroidal painkillers such as Baifening, Paracetamol, Fenbid, Diclofen Hydrochloric Acid, Ibuprofen to eliminate the pain. It should be noted that there is a clear maximum dosage of this kind of pain reliever, and patients cannot exceed this dosage when taking it. After taking such painkillers, patients may suffer from gastrointestinal discomfort or allergy and other side effects.
When the patient’s pain is moderate, weak opioid drugs such as tramadol, codeine, dicine and chimandine can be used to relieve the pain. At the same time, according to the patient’s physical condition, auxiliary analgesics can also be appropriately added. This kind of painkillers are relatively specific when used, and the specific medication should be determined according to the cancer type of the patient. Side effects such as dizziness, nausea, constipation and vomiting may also occur after taking the medicine.
When the patient’s pain is relatively strong, he can directly use morphine tablets, MS Contin, OsContin, Mifekang and other opioid analgesics to relieve the pain. This kind of painkillers has significant effect and relatively long action time, which is very suitable for cancer patients with severe pain. Patients can also increase or decrease the auxiliary painkillers according to their physical conditions.
The above are three kinds of pain relievers that are more effective for cancer patients. Patients need to determine the medication according to the degree of pain in their bodies when choosing, so as to reduce the side effects of their bodies while relieving pain. In addition, there is no scientific basis for some cancer patients to believe that long-term use of painkillers will lead to physical and mental dependence, which will adversely affect treatment.
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