What Is an Opioid Agonist?

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An opioid agonist is a type of treatment that is also known as OAT. It is a type of treatment for a narcotics addiction in humans through the administration of like opioid drugs, agonists and the resultant cross tolerant and physical dependence.
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It is any morphine-like compound that produces bodily effects like pain relief, sedation,
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Okay, here's the quick and dirty of it. Opiods are drugs that are used in the treatment of moderate to severe pain (sometime chronic pain, sometime is the peri-operative setting and
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