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Analgesia, designed for your healthcare environment

Post operative

Patients who mobilise sooner recover quicker (6). Dzuveo® supports you to gain control over patient comfort, so they can follow what's needed for their recovery.

Emergency &
trauma pain

In an emergency, relieving pain is an urgent priority. Dzuveo® takes effect quickly to make your patients comfortable, so you can work on their other clinical needs.


If a patient experiences pain during their procedure, whether it be a dressing change, burn debridement or an endoscopy, it could affect their overall outcome and clinical experience. Dzuveo®'s efficient analgesia supports you in getting patient pain under control.

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Dzuveo® allows you to control your patient's pain urgently and non-invasively, prioritising patient care and comfort.

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Safety information

Dzuveo is to be administered by a healthcare professional in a medically monitored setting only. A medically monitored setting must have equipment and personnel trained to detect and manage hypoventilation, and availability of supplemental oxygen and opioid antagonists, such as naloxone. Dzuveo should only be prescribed and administered by healthcare professionals who are experienced in the management of opioid therapy; particularly opioid adverse reactions, such as respiratory depression

References 1. Twomey R, Matthews TW, Nakoneshny S, Schrag C, Chandarana SP, Matthews J, McKenzie D, Hart RD, Li N, Sauro KM, Dort JC. Impact of Early Mobilization on Recovery after Major Head and Neck Surgery with Free Flap Reconstruction. Cancers (Basel). 2021 Jun 8;13(12):2852. doi: 10.3390/cancers13122852. PMID: 34201003; PMCID: PMC8227616.

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