[Controlled Substances] (Apo-Tramadol/Acet®, Tramacet®) is not a controlled substance but has been included here because it contains Tramadol, a non-federally regulated opioid analgesic that appears to have a reduced addictive potential.
Acetaminophen and Tramadol is an analgesic, opioid combination medication. Tramadol is more potent than codeine and most closely resembles the opiates. Read more
[Controlled Substances] Morphine sulphate (morphine) is an opioid. It binds to opiate receptors in the CNS, causing inhibition of pain pathways, altering perception and pain response and producing generalized CNS depression. Morphine has a similar analgesic action to Demerol® (Meperidine), but with less nausea and fewer significant side effects for the neonate. Read more