Effortlessly Detox From Oxycodone

Effortless Oxycodone Withdrawal

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Delivery of the placenta

Symptomatic Medications Acetaminophen codeine (Tylenol 3) 1-2 tab PO q3-4h prn OR Oxycodone acetaminophen (Percocet) 1 tab q6h prn pain. Milk of magnesia 30 mL PO q6h prn constipation. Docusate Sodium (Colace) 100 mg PO bid. Dulcolax suppository PR prn constipation. A and D cream or Lanolin prn if breast feeding. Breast binder or tight brazier and ice packs prn if not to breast feed. Labs Hemoglobin hematocrit in AM. Give rubella vaccine if titer < 1 10.

Drug Dependency Assessment

Drug dependency assessment should include information not only on illicit drug use, but also on personal habits and prescription medication use. A patient who takes two tablets of hydrocodone and acetaminophen three times daily will be quite different from a patient who takes six tablets of hydrocodone and acetaminophen once daily. The patient who daily takes everything at once will have a much higher opioid tolerance than a patient who takes the six tablets in divided doses.

Drug Use Epidemiology

In 2003, drug use was especially prevalent among adolescents. According to 2003 estimates from the MTF Study, a study of public and private high school and middle school students in the U.S., 51.1 of high school seniors had used an illicit drug in their lifetime and 39.3 had used an illicit drug in the last year (Johnston, et al., 2004). In terms of lifetime use, the most commonly reported illicit drug was marijuana (46.1 ), followed by amphetamines (14.4 ), narcotics other than heroin (13.2 i.e., oxycontin, percocet, vicodin, etc.), inhalants (11.2 ) and hallucinogens (10.6 ).


Herbals not only have a pharmacological effect on the patient during pain management, but also may require scrutiny when preparing a patient for invasive procedures. Herbals such as St. John's wort can inhibit cytochrome P450 2D6 and 4AC and therefore alter analgesic metabolism (97). This metabolic step is essential in converting hydrocodone to the more active metabolite hydromorphone and codeine to morphine. It is less important in the metabolic conversion of oxycodone to oxymorphone because oxycodone is intrinsically active. Nutraceuticals containing ginkgo, ginseng, and garlic oils have platelet-inhibitory effects and therefore can cause bleeding when used with analgesics such as NSAIDs that also have platelet-inhibitory effects (98).

Factors To Consider

Even within a group of analgesics, there may be preferred agents for patients with renal impairment. For example, morphine is metabolized to pharmacologically active drug products that are renally eliminated, and it may result in toxicity with accumulation. Should this occur, a better choice of opioid may be hydromorphone or oxycodone because their metabolites have negligible activity (10).

Fear Of Opioids

There are many reasons for noncompliance with recommendations from a physician or other health care provider. One of the most common reasons given is fear of opioids (3,4). Drugs like morphine, oxycodone (OxyContin is a long-acting oxycodone), and hydromorphone (Dilaudid is one brand name) are excellent medications in the armamentarium for fighting pain. Fear of such opioids encompasses misconceptions about a street drug for addicts that once started cannot be stopped about aller- It is worth noting that, in 1997, as many people died of acquired immunodeficiency syndrome (AIDS) as from gastrointestinal effects of nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs). Compare these more than 16,000 deaths to the 200 or so that occurred related to the purposeful abuse of oxycodone (the active ingredient of OxyContin and other related medications). Acetaminophen can cause toxicity, even in young people, with dosing exceeding 6 g in 24 hours (equivalent to two extra-strength tablets taken six...