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Important: The information below refers to medicines available in the United States that contain naltrexone.

Medications containing naltrexone:

naltrexone systemic

Brand names: Vivitrol, Revia, Depade
Drug class(es): antidotes, drugs used in alcohol dependence
Naltrexone systemic is used in the treatment of:

Multi-ingredient medications containing naltrexone:

bupropion/naltrexone systemic

Brand names: Contrave
Drug class(es): anorexiants
Bupropion/naltrexone systemic is used in the treatment of:

morphine/naltrexone systemic

Brand names: Embeda
Drug class(es): narcotic analgesic combinations
Morphine/naltrexone systemic is used in the treatment of:

naltrexone/oxycodone systemic

Brand names: Troxyca ER
Drug class(es): narcotic analgesic combinations
Naltrexone/oxycodone systemic is used in the treatment of:

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