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what is 'tramadol'?

Definition for tramadol

Tramadol ( INN ) (pronounced /?trćm?d?l/ ) is a CNS depressant and analgesic , used for treating moderate to severe pain . It is a synthetic agent, and it appears to have actions at the ?-opioid receptor as well as the noradrenergic and serotonergic systems. more

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