Oxycodone Detox and Withdrawal Treatment
Oxycodone detox can be private, effective and humane. Oxycodone is a potent opiate analgesic that is used in prescription pain medications including OxyContin and Percocet. These powerful narcotics are considered controlled substances and can be habit forming and very dangerous. In fact this is a frightening statistic, but true. Every 19 minutes in the U.S. we lose a life to prescription drug overdose in the US. That’s approximately 75 deaths per day, 530 per week and 27,587 per year.
In light of this data, we want to encourage each and every one of you to help do your part to raise awareness about how dangerous and addictive prescription painkillers can be, as well as the need for effective treatment programs for those who may already be struggling with dependency.
Oxycodone Physical and Emotional Withdrawal Symptoms
The amount and severity of the withdrawal symptoms from Oxycodone depend on some factors, including:
- Method of use
- Length of dependence
- Individuals emotional and physical capacity for discomfort and much more.
Withdrawal symptoms occur when the body and brain are scrambling to regulate after a prolonged chemical interference. It can be dangerous to go through opiate withdrawal on your own. You should always seek help or advise from a doctor or a medical professional that is familiar with your history.
A medical detox facility can monitor your basic vitals, assist you with the symptoms and make the detox process safe and more efficient. The best Oxycodone Detox Centers will always provide a personalized treatment plan, based on each patients individual needs.
Some of the most common Oxycodone withdrawal symptoms are:
- Abdominal cramping
- Difficulties regulating temperature
- Muscle aches
- Yawning for no apparent reason
- Excessive tearing
- Dilated pupils
- Irregular heart rate
- Increased blood pressure
- Runny nose
Withdrawal symptoms may also include psychological symptoms, Such as:
- Mood swings
- Trouble concentrating
- Drug cravings
Opioid withdrawal can be very uncomfortable and tough to overcome. Combining Oxycodone drugs such as, Percocet and Oxycontin with substances that are central nervous system depressants like alcohol, can significantly increase the severity of any and all risk factors.
Waismann Method ® of Oxycodone Detox (Oxycodone Rapid Detox )
WAISMANN METHOD® is pioneering opiate treatment center, based on medical protocols that utilizes the most advanced techniques available. A major center for opioid dependency, treatment, and detoxification. WAISMANN METHOD® offers a variety of programs from rapid opiate detoxification under sedation, to medically assisted Oxycodone detox and other forms of treatment at Domus Retreat. Our doctors, therapists and staff work with patients to create personalized treatment and aftercare plans designed to ensure a healthy and effective transition to life without opiates.
Other Options for Oxycodone Detox Treatment
Other centers uses treatment for addiction to Oxycodone, that can entail various approaches, including opiate “replacement” or “substitution” therapy. This is when drugs such as Suboxone and methadone are used to help patients lessen their use of more powerful drugs such as Oxycodone or Percocet. With this approach patients also run the risk of developing a dependency to these replacements and eventually needing a second detox.
WAISMANN METHOD® patients achieve an extraordinarily high success rate from Oxycodone detox because our team of professionals assesses and performs treatments that are most appropriate for each unique patient, rather than administering the same treatment to everyone. Based on individual needs and dependence histories we create detoxification and recovery programs that best fit each patient.
- Waismann Method ® medical doctors have treated thousands opiate patients with the rapid detox method for the last 17 years.
- Traditional drug rehab treatment methods for Oxycodone addiction, such as talk therapy along with medicinal treatment to lessen the pain of withdrawal – often have less than 10% success rates after the first year due to Oxycodone’s powerful, physically addictive properties.
- Waismann Method ® Oxycodone anesthesia detox treatment, has one of the highest success rate in the field of detox.
- Waismann Method ® treatment for Oxycodone dependence addresses the issue as a physical disease that can be overcome with advanced medical techniques.
- The Oxycodone detox treatment is performed in a full service accredited JCAHO hospital under the strict supervision of our quadruple board certified medical director.
When looking for an oxycodone detox program, patients should make sure the treatment is provided in a safe, secure and compassionate environment.
When Oxycodone Rapid Detox is Indicated:
Patients who are planning to undergo Oxycodone rapid detox treatment, are admitted to a private room of our accredited hospital, at least, a day before any anesthesia detox. A thorough medical evaluation is performed, including: medical history, physical exam, and blood work to evaluate kidney and liver function. Patients also have a chest X-ray and an electrocardiogram, and may undergo an exercise stress test if necessary. A combination of medications might be given to prevent or relieve the symptoms of withdrawal, lower the acid content of the stomach and to curb the adrenaline or adrenergic response to withdrawal.
Not all patients are a candidate for rapid detox. Additional options of Oxycodone detox are available and can be discussed with the medical director.
THE OXYCODONE RAPID DETOX
Usually on the second day, patients are transferred to their private rooms at the ICU for individual monitoring. Once patients are appropriately sedated and pre-medicated, they are put under sedation for around 60 to 90 minutes. While the patient sleeps comfortably, an acute opiate withdrawal is accelerated. This medically-induced Oxycodone detox, is controlled and closely monitored by the board-certified anesthesiologist with over 17 years’ experience with this process. After the patients awake, they are continued monitored for the rest of the day and night in the ICU. Our medical staff is specially trained to provide patients with comfort and safety, before and after the detoxification procedure.
Usually the morning after procedure ( day 3), patients are transferred from the ICU back to the medical floor where they continue to recover, receive intravenous fluids, and regain strength. Patients are encouraged to get out of bed, walk, and resume eating regularly. During this period, physicians assess the patient’s readiness for discharge
Patients are usually in the hospital for a total two to three days (always a private room), with the remainder of the time at the Domus Retreat (www.domusretreat.com), where we work with the emotional health of our patients, while the staff supervises the physical transition.
Opiate dependency causes numerous changes in brain chemistry and organ functions, so after the procedure, it is paramount that patients are monitored properly for at least a few days in order to regulate basic functions and prevent medical complications or immediate relapse.
Waismann Method ® treatment is proud to say that we have one of the highest success rate and safety standards of any Oxycodone detox treatment in the country. Thousands of patients successfully treated in our exclusive location, based only in So. California .
For more information on the most effective Oxycodone Detox available, call today 1(310) 205-0808 and speak with one of our experts.
If success, comfort and safety is what you are looking for while undergoing Oxycodone detox, Waismann Institute ® should be your only choice.