Morphine is the active ingredient in many different generic medications. Brand-name versions of morphine include: Avinza, Kadian, MS Contin, MSIR, Oramorph SR and Roxanol. Different types of morphine are available in generic form but some types, like the extended-release bead Avinza, are still protected by a patent. A generic form of the extended-release morphine pellet is called morphine sulfate ER.
- Q Is low blood pressure a side effect of morphine with hydrochlorothiazide?
- Q Can I take morphine if I'm breastfeeding?
- Q How does morphine treat pain?
- Q How should I take morphine?
- Q My pain is gone. Can I stop taking morphine controlled release?
- Q Can I drive a car while taking morphine controlled release?