Definition of Narcotic antagonist treatment
Narcotic antagonist treatment: Treatment of narcotic addiction by using a medication that is an antagonist to opiates or any other drug to which a person is addicted. See: Methadone treatment program; Naltrexone treatment program.
Last Editorial Review: 10/9/2012
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