How Is Morphine Sulfate Supplied?

Many people may wonder, "How is morphine sulfate supplied?" Because morphine sulfate is used in many different situations, it is supplied in a variety of different forms. Morphine sulfate products are available in immediate-release forms (tablets and oral solution), long-acting tablets and capsules, an oral solution, and various forms of injections.

Different Forms of Morphine Sulfate

Morphine sulfate is used in a variety of different situations. As a result, it is supplied in a variety of different forms. In particular, morphine sulfate products include immediate-release forms (tablets and oral solution), long-acting tablets and capsules, an oral solution, and various different forms for injection.
 

Immediate-Release Oral Forms of Morphine Sulfate

Short-acting, immediate-release morphine comes only in generic form and is available in the following forms and strengths:
 

Long-Acting Oral Forms

There are a variety of different long-acting morphine sulfate tablets and capsules available.
 
Avinza capsules are available in the following strengths:
 
  • Avinza 30 mg
  • Avinza 60 mg
  • Avinza 90 mg
  • Avinza 120 mg.
     
Kadian capsules are available in the following strengths:
 
  • Kadian 10 mg
  • Kadian 20 mg
  • Kadian 30 mg
  • Kadian 50 mg
  • Kadian 60 mg
  • Kadian 80 mg
  • Kadian 100 mg
  • Kadian 200 mg.
     
MS Contin tablets (and generic MS Contin tablets) are available in the following strengths:
 
  • MS Contin 15 mg
  • MS Contin 30 mg
  • MS Contin 60 mg
  • MS Contin 100 mg
  • MS Contin 200 mg.
     
Oramorph SR tablets are available in the following strengths:
 
  • Oramorph SR 15 mg
  • Oramorph SR 30 mg
  • Oramorph SR 60 mg
  • Oramorph SR 100 mg.
     
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