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There is 1 meaning of the phrase Narcotic Antagonist.

Narcotic Antagonist - as a noun

An antagonist used to counteract the effects of narcotics (especially to counteract the depression of respiration)

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"The doctor prescribed a narcotic antagonist to help counteract the sedative effects of the pain medication."
"The administration of a narcotic antagonist can quickly block the euphoric effects of opioids."
"Patients who have developed a tolerance to opioids may require higher doses of narcotic antagonists."
"The use of a narcotic antagonist may precipitate withdrawal symptoms in opioid-dependent individuals."
"The patient was administered a narcotic antagonist after exhibiting signs of respiratory depression."
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