A drug, C19H21NO4, used as an antagonist to narcotic drugs, such as morphine.(noun)
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Use "naloxone" in a sentence
"Treatment with naloxone is controversial and has been reported to cause hypertension. 3-5 However, transient hypertension can be seen from clonidine alone."
"It's called naloxone -- and I've written about it previously here and here."
"The nasal spray is a drug called naloxone, or Narcan."