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Patient M had an accident and is prescribed morphine by Dr. N after appropriate tests. Patient M later develops non-ST-segment elevation in ACS with ischemic events. Dr. N considers this to be a drug interaction effect. Which drug is most likely being taken by patient M to cause this effect ? Read the history of this case to learn the correct answer.

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Concaminant use of clopidogrel& morphine absorption of clopidogrel hampers
Sudden surge of catacholamine causes carotid endothelial damage NSTEMi
With ACS like ECG picture
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Correct answer is safinamide, a MAO B inhibitor.
Clopidogrel
Clopidogel
Alvimopan