The new FDA approved opioid Dsuvia is potently deadly not used right
November 2018, The FDA approves a new opioid called Dsuvia, it's 1,000 times stronger than Morphine. The tiny pill, "Dsuvia" is already restricted to clinical professional diagnostic uses only in healthcare systems like hospitals, surgery/emergency situational centers.
Many critics worry that dsuvia will further gas an already ugly opioid epidemic. Dsuvia is even 10 times more potent than Fentanyl. It's preliminarily used as a fast-acting alternative to IV painkillers administered by hospitals.
Compare the two:
- Morphine sulfate 15mg, 30mg: scored tabs
- Dsuvia (sufentanil) tablet 30 mcg single dose
If you suspect someone you know or love has somehow obtained this drug outside of it's intended use, you should report this immediately to law enforcement and seek help immediately for their continued wellness health.