Short for morphine sulfate. An opiate analgesic used to numb severe pain. See the Pregnancy Guide Drugs & Pregnancy: Opiates for more information about opiates and their effects on the body, pregnancy and the unborn fetus.
the principal alkaloid derivative of opium. It is considered the most effective drug for the relief of moderate to severe pain. Can be extracted from opium, or from CPS, and is often transformed into codeine.
An organic compound (alkaloid) found in the Papaver somniferum (opium poppy). Morphine must first be extracted from opium. The soluble salts of morphine (morphine carbonate, morphine sulfate, morphine hydrochloride, etc.) are used in human and veterinary medicine as a light anesthetic or as a sedative.
Morphine is a medical calculator for the Sharp Zaurus PDA. It implements medical algorithms described in the Medal Project such as BMI, etc. It features a plugin mechanism and an embedded Python interpreter for writing new algorithms.