nalbuphine hydrochloride Injection 10 mg

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South Korea
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South Korea
Manufacturer #21503
The company has grown and evolved through research and development, production, and distribution of high-quality health care products, even if it is a short period since the 1980s. It engages in the manufacture, wholesale, export, import, and sale of pharmaceuticals in East Asia and internationally. They have various product groups such as injectable solutions, tablets, capsules, aerosols, and patches.

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Nalbuphine hydrochloride:

Nalbuphine hydrochloride, commonly known under its popular brand name of Nubain, is a medication belonging to a group of opioid analgesics and is used in the treatment of pain and opioid addiction. Nalbuphine hydrochloride was originally patented by a pharmaceutical products company in 1963 and subsequently gained regulatory approval and was introduced for medical use in 1979. Currently, it can frequently be found on the for sale and wholesale list of distributors across the global marketplace at a variety of cost and price points. This is in large part due to its widespread regulatory approval and efficacy, having significantly less capacity for euphoria or respiratory depression when compared to other opioids. This has made it popular for nalbuphine hydrochloride manufacturers and nalbuphine hydrochloride suppliers to produce and make available for order, with manufacturing and commercialisation of it occurring successfully under other company brand names including Mexifen, Nalbuphine, Nalpain, Kinz, Nalufin, Raltrox, Rubuphine, Nalbin, Analin, Exnal, among many others.

Method of action of nalbuphine hydrochloride:

Nalbuphine hydrochloride belongs to a group of drugs termed opioid analgesic, which are narcotics used predominantly as pain medication. Although the exact mechanism of action remains elusive, it is thought to interact with an opiate receptor in the CNS, in or associated with the limbic system. With the observed results of the medication resulting from competitive inhibition to the opiate receptor or potentially as a result of other mechanisms. It is known to be a strong kappa agonist and a partial mu antagonist analgesic. Some binding to the delta receptor and minimal agonist activity at the sigma receptor is also known to occur.

Form and dosage of nalbuphine hydrochloride:

As with all drugs, the final packaging and form of nalbuphine hydrochloride are dependent on the manufacturers and suppliers, as well as the specific order and distributors. However, nalbuphine hydrochloride typically is available through the pharmaceutical products list in forms including a solution for injection and vials. It is a controlled substance, as such, nalbuphine hydrochloride can not be obtained without the approval of a medical professional. The typical dosage will vary significantly on the individual and the underlying indication being treated.

Nalbuphine hydrochloride on Pipelinepharma:

Currently, at the time of writing, we have found 2 verified nalbuphine hydrochloride manufacturers and nalbuphine hydrochloride suppliers from our online global list of B2B sellers. These manufacturers, suppliers, and distributors have nalbuphine hydrochloride available for order and are located in countries such as Argentina, and Bangladesh. Every company listed on our online B2B marketplace has been verified by the Pipelinepharma team, ensuring seller reputability, and reducing sourcing mileage.

Price of nalbuphine hydrochloride and how to buy:

The specific price of nalbuphine hydrochloride is highly dependent on numerous factors such as organisation, quantity, manufacturers, and market. However, a cursory search online reveals a typical wholesale cost is approximately $39.66 – $39.92 for 10 x 1 millilitres of nalbuphine. These values are only approximations for the current market situation. Although the prices on the B2B wholesale Pipelinepharma marketplace remain confidential between both B2B parties, the seller may choose to list a desired price to facilitate the online transaction. If so, an ‘Accept’ and ‘Negotiate’ button will be displayed through the online interface, with a ‘Get offer’ button being shown in the absence.