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David M Ockert: Method of attenuating nerve injury induced pain. Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, December 27, 1994: US05376662 (61 worldwide citation)

The specification discloses a method of treating a human or animal patient suffering from a pain syndrome secondary to nerve injury comprising daily administration to such patient of from about 0.4 milligrams to about 2.0 milligrams of the opiate-receptor antagonist naloxone for a treatment period o ...


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David M Ockert: Triple drug therapy for the treatment and prevention of acute or chronic pain. Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, July 9, 2002: US06417184 (46 worldwide citation)

A triple drug therapy, pharmaceutical kit, composition, and method of treatment regimen utilized as a combination of effective amounts of an anxiolytic agent, centrally acting alpha antiadrenergic agent, and central nervous system stimulant for the reduction or prevention of dizziness, drowsiness, d ...


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David M Ockert: Triple drug therapy for the treatment of narcotic and alcohol withdrawal symptoms. Price Heneveld Cooper DeWitt & Litton, January 7, 2003: US06503950 (7 worldwide citation)

A triple drug, pharmaceutical kit, composition, and method of treatment containing a combination of effective amounts of at least one anxiolytic agent, at least one centrally acting alpha antiadrenergic agent, and at least one central nervous system stimulant for the reduction or prevention of alcoh ...


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David M Ockert: Triple drug therapy for the treatment and prevention of acute or chronic pain. Price Heneveld Cooper Dewitt & Litton, May 16, 2002: US20020058656-A1

A triple drug therapy, pharmaceutical kit, composition, and method of treatment regimen utilized as a combination of effective amounts of an anxiolytic agent, centrally acting alpha antiadrenergic agent, and central nervous system stimulant for the reduction or prevention of dizziness, drowsiness, d ...


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David M Ockert: Treatment of pain with naloxone. Price Heneveld Cooper Dewitt & Litton, July 17, 2008: US20080171762-A1

A method of effectively treating nociceptive pain involves administering to a human or animal in need of relief from nociceptive pain a therapeutically effective amount of naloxone intranasally, intravenously, by inhalation, transdermally, or orally. Pain associated with fibromyalgia, arthritis, sur ...