Fentanyl is a synthetic opioid painkiller. It is offered to victims who are undergoing severe pain or injured. It is also given to an individual after undergoing surgery to relieve them from pain. It is also made illegally, and used as a recreational drug, which is often mixed with heroin or cocaine. It has a rapid onset of action for 5 minutes and effects generally last less than an hour or two. It has brought relief to many people who are suffering significant pain as a consequence of diseases such as cancer. But because of its capacity to produce a high euphoria when abused, many individuals have become addicted to fentanyl, soon requiring larger doses and more frequent use to accomplish the desired effect. The degree and rate at which fentanyl is absorbed into a body are 33% (ingestion), 50% (buccal), 89% (intranasal), 92% (transdermal) and 100% (intramuscular) and the formula of fentanyl is C22H28N2O

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