In English, many things are named after a particular country – but have you ever wondered what those things are called in those countries?
- Abdominal pain meant that he was taking a high dose of morphine, but his quality of life remained good.
- I was so drugged up on morphine that much of my time in the care of the Special Forces is a blur.
- He added that he spent four weeks at hospital and for the first week was on morphine to help cope with the pain.
- She was then on 1,200 mg of morphine a day, but was still suffering terrible pain.
- For severe pain, oral morphine is the drug of choice and should never be denied to patients who need it.
- I must also admit that she was doped up to the eyeballs with morphine to ease her pain.
- Mr Johnson said that sometimes Pete was on morphine to control the pain.
- Dosed with morphine and visibly in pain, Edwards was able to give only a limp smile and a thumbs up.
- The morphine and assortment of drugs and painkillers kept her in a dream state for quite a while.
- Despite high doses of intravenous morphine and ketamine, the pain was unbearable.
- He was on strong painkillers and morphine for seven days and transferred to York so that he could be nearer his family.
- The first shot of morphine had not been strong enough to dull the pain.
- She was semi conscious for much of this time having high doses of morphine for pain.
- It is therefore in the same category of painkillers as morphine and codeine.
- The nature of some pain killing drugs, such as morphine, means prolonged use often leads to addiction.
- One of the doctors was hospitalised and had to be given morphine to control chronic stomach pains.
- Her only relief from pain had been provided by the constant injection of morphine.
- To ease his pain, morphine was administered and the medic started to apply a field dressing to the neck wound.
- Gail no longer needs morphine to control the pain and continues to enjoy a much-improved quality of life.
- She's in quite a lot of pain but that's being controlled with morphine.
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