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The prescription painkiller was responsible for 119 fatal overdoses in 2015, coroner's report found Posted: Jan 07, 2017 5:00 AM ET | Last Updated: January 7, 2017 Hydromorphone, an opioid similar to heroin, is the second-leading cause of fatal overdoses in Ontario, according to a 2015 coroner's report. (Anjuli Patil/CBC) Although fentanyl remains the leading cause of opioid death in Ontario, updated data shows that the prescription painkiller hydromorphone sits as the second-deadliest drug when it comes to fatal overdoses in the province. 'Get ready' to deal with a fentanyl crisis, Vancouver's mayor tells John Tory Hydromorphone caused 119 deaths in 2015, compared to fentanyl's 166, according to preliminary numbers from the chief coroner's office. Data for that year is about 95 per cent complete, while the early figures for 2016 will come trickling in partway through 2017. When combined with alcohol, hydromorphone caused 37 fatalities in 2015 — the same number of people found to have overdosed on a combination of fentanyl and liquor. Hydromorphone is similar to heroin and goes by the trade name Dilaudid. It's extremely addictive and used to treat moderate to severe pain. But unlike in eastern Canada where it's made headlines, the drug isn't getting the same level of media attention as fentanyl here, perhaps because it's neither as new nor as potent. "Hydromorphone has been around for a while," Shaun Hopkins, the manager at Toronto Public Health's needle exchange program said. "It's similar to heroin [and] if people don't have access to one opioid, they might switch to the other." Here are some of the preliminary number from the coroner's report into fatal overdoses in 2015. (Office of the Chief Coroner for Ontario) Heroin itself, however, was the sixth-most deadly drug in 2015, according to the report. The Iv Dilaudid preliminary figures show that 59 people had a fatal overdose on the street drug. Hydromorphone comes in a pill that, like heroin, can be ground into powder, dissolved in liquid and injected. The potency of the two drugs is almost identical, Hopkins said. The big problem, she said, is when either gets laced with another substance, like fentanyl.
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