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Fentanyl and its analogues are commonly named synthetic opiates. Some compounds from fentanyl group (e.g. fentanyl, alfentanil, sufentanil, remifentanil) are used as anaesthetic and analgesic of high potency and short duration of action.

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What are some fentanyl analogues?

There are also fentanyl analogs, such as acetylfentanyl, furanylfentanyl, and carfentanil, which are similar in chemical structure to fentanyl but not routinely detected because specialized toxicology testing is required.

What does fentanyl Analogue mean?

A fentanyl analog is a drug that has been designed to mimic the pharmacological effects of the original drug. Some manufacturers create new fentanyl analogs to avoid classification as illegal, policy restrictions on manufacturing, and/or detection in standard drug tests.

What are different types of fentanyl?

Medicinal fentanyl comes in a number of different forms and strengths including:

  • transdermal patches (Durogesic®, APO-fentanyl® and generic versions)
  • lozenges/lollipops (Actiq®)
  • intravenous injection (Sublimaze® B. BRAUN FENTANYL®).

This is a list of fentanyl analogues, including both compounds developed by pharmaceutical companies for legitimate medical use, and those which have been sold as designer drugs and reported to national drug control agencies such as the DEA, or transnational agencies such as the EMCDDA and UNODC.[1][2][3][4][5][6] This is not a comprehensive listing of fentanyl analogues, as more than 1400 compounds from this family have been described in the scientific and patent literature,[7][8][9][10][11] but it includes all notable compounds that have reached late-stage human clinical trials, or which have been identified as having been sold as designer drugs.

In the United States, the Drug Enforcement Administration placed the broadly defined class of “Fentanyl-Related Substances” on the list of Schedule I drugs in 2018, making it illegal to manufacture, distribute, or possess fentanyl analogs

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