Acetyl-Fentanyl is an opioid analgesic substance that is an analogue of Fentanyl. It's potency is roughly ~6.67 times that of Morphine. Making it ~15 times less potent than its parent compound Fentanyl.
Not much is currently known about the history of Acetyl-fentanyl, except that it was discovered around the same time as fentanyl, and has no currently acceptable medical use. Side effects of Acetyl-Fentanyl and other Fentanyl analogues are similar to those of Fentanyl.
NOTE: ~3.75mg Freebase = ~125ug Fentanyl IV = ~10mg Morphine IV'd.
As Acetyl-Fentanyl is fairly potent, proper weighing of doses is essential, as well as proper identification of the substance.
There has been multiple fatalities regarding this substance.
Between 2013 and August 2015 there has been 32 confirmed in four European member states. Germany (2), Poland (1), Sweden (27) and the United Kingdom (2)
Twelve deaths have been associated with Acetyl-Fentanyl in Russia since 2012.
In July 2015 the DEA informed about 52 confirmed fatalities involving Acetyl-Fentanyl in the United States between 2013 and 2015.
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The LD50The dosage of a substance at which 50% of the exposed subjects does not survive. To estimate the LD50 for humans, tests are conducted on non-human subjects. of acetlyfentanyl is 9.3 mg/kg in mice