Opioids have emerged as an important therapeutic solution for severe, chronic, and resistant pain. Estimates suggest that approximately 20% of the patients presenting to doctors with pain-related diagnoses receive an opioid. Among the different types of opioids, morphine and oxycodone are widely used as strong painkillers to manage pains of extremely high intensities. However, debate exists about their relative potency, side effects, tolerability, and side effects.
Is morphine or oxycodone stronger? What are the differences between them? Is morphine an opioid drug? This article aims to shed light on morphine and oxycodone as two different types of opioids and compare them in terms of results, side effects, and abuse liability.
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