Methadone is a synthetic opioid used as a replacement therapy and or for pain management. Barbiturates are sedatives that are for the most part no longer prescribed. Because barbiturates increases (potentiate) CYP 3A4 liver enzymes (the primary enzyme that metabolizes methadone), the combination of the two can result in rapid metabolism of methadone and put an individual who is on a stable methadone dose into withdrawal.
No, it is not a barbiturate it is related to Narcotic analgesic
No. It's an opiate.
No, Methadone is a synthetic opiate that has been used to treat opiate dependency.
No, the drug heroin is not considered to be a barbiturate. Heroin is in the class of drugs known as opiates.
No, Methocarbamol is just a muscle relaxant . It is a non-narcotic drug.
No! Methadone is a opiate and no barbiturates are in methadone.
No, morphine is not a barbiturate.
No, vitamin B12 is not a barbiturate
No, Maxalt is a triptan, not a barbiturate.
No, LSD is not a barbiturate.
Esgic plus is a barbiturate.
No it is not barbiturate it is related to H2 Blockers (for peptic Ulcer problem)
If they are barbiturate based then they will.
No, it is related to substituted pyrimidine derivative which has similar action to that of Barbiturate but doesn't belong to barbiturate, phenyton related to group of Hydantoins.
The difference between benzodiazepine and a barbiturate is rather pronounced. A benzodiazepine refers to a minor tranquilizer, whereas a barbiturate refers to a neutral transmitter blocker.
Yes it does