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Also known as: Benzitramide, Burgodin, Bezitramidum [INN-Latin], Bezitramida [INN-Spanish], DEA No. 9800, R-4845, EINECS 239-335-4, BRN 0905485
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Bezitramide is a narcotic analgesic which was discovered in 1961, clinically tested around the 1970's , and marketed under the name Burgodin(R). After cases of fatal overdose in the Netherlands in 2004 the drug was withdrawn from the market.
In the United States Bezitramide was never been approved for clinical use. It is presently an illegal substance classified under Schedule II of the Controlled Substances Act. [wiki] From: DrugBank
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