Rapid opiate detox / rapid detox is a humane, medical breakthrough procedure that has changed lives of thousands for the better, when safety measures are responsibly followed. Like any other medical procedures that are costly, many patients try to save money by going to lesser qualified doctors or programs that do not adhere to basic safety protocols. The Waismann Method® refuses to compromise the well-being of the patient and the success of the procedure by cutting corners and elevating rapid detox possible complications possibility. We are proud to have maintained the safest and most successful rapid detox treatment currently available.
RAPID DETOX POSSIBLE COMPLICATIONS CAN BE MINIMIZED, WHEN SAFETY MEASURES ARE PROPERLY FOLLOWED.
What substandard rapid detox centers might say:
1. They say: Rapid Detox does not have to be performed in a full service hospital. An outpatient “hospital setting”, like a surgery center or a clinic is safe.
Unnecessary rapid detox possible complications – Anesthesia Assisted Rapid Opiate Detox is a serious medical procedure, that has the possibility of being risky, when the proper range of medical resources and specialists are not available if needed. Long-term use of opiates and other drugs can cause undetected medical conditions, so it is imperative that all patients have proper medical screening, hydration and pre-medication the day before anesthesia rapid detox procedure, as well as professional monitoring for a few days following the procedure to ensure stability and minimize complications.
2. They Say: Rapid Detox can be safely done in 24 hours.
Unnecessary rapid detox possible complications – To optimize safety of rapid detox, patients should be admitted to the hospital at minimum a day before the procedure to be monitored in a full service hospital’s ICU. After the anesthesia assisted rapid detox is completed, patients should remain in the hospital at least another day for additional care and medical supervision.During this time, a patient’s heart, lungs, electrolytes and fluid balance need to be carefully monitored. This additional time in the hospital post anesthesia assisted rapid detox, is critical to a patient’s well-being and the success of the procedure.
3. They Say: Its ok to treat multiple patients simultaneously.
Unnecessary rapid detox possible complications- Patients that choose Waismann Method Rapid Detox, are treated individually in a private ICU room, receiving undivided attention from the treating doctor. A patients physiological response to Anesthesia Assisted Rapid Detox, such as blood pressure, heart rate and levels of sedation, may vary significantly, thus needing to be monitored and adjusted without any delays, in order to maintain safety and effectiveness of the process. Cheaper methods of rapid detox might treat numerous patients, side-by-side, in order to cuts costs. Consequently, such actions may add extra risk to the process: if one patient requires a higher level of attention from the treating physician, another patients well-being might be compromised. This is why one-on-one treatment is truly the safest and most effective treatment a doctor can provide.
4. They Say: Being under general anesthesia for 4-8 hours or more is better.
Unnecessary rapid detox possible complications – General anesthesia not only is unnecessary for rapid detox, but it can significantly increase risks to the patients. Other rapid detox programs implement this outdated method by placing their patients under general anesthesia for 4-8 hours, while a safer, more advanced and better-tolerated procedure can be achieved in only 1-2 hours under sedation (twilight sleep) when correctly done. If the patient receives appropriate pre- treatment, general anesthesia becomes unnecessary and sedation is usually sufficient for the rapid detox. This advanced protocol has lowered the risks of rapid detox tremendously and has increased the chances for a safe, comfortable and successful detox.
5. They Say: It’s safe to be discharged to a hotel with a friend or relative immediately after detox.
Unnecessary rapid detox possible complications – Physiological and emotional changes that can occur after a rapid opiate detox need to be supervised and addressed by trained professionals in order to assist on basic organ function regulation and prevent medical complications. Well-meaning friends and relatives are not trained to recognize and treat the possible physical changes that can take place after rapid detox. Patients are at a much higher risk of dehydration, cardiac/pulmonary events and even death when not properly assisted. Emotional instability, is another issue that can surface due to lack of endorphins, anxiety and depression which can lead to immediate relapse if not properly managed.
6. They Say: All Opiate Dependent Patients can Use Anesthesia Assisted Rapid Detox
Unnecessary rapid detox possible complications – Our Rapid Detox center focus on our patient’s’ unique medical needs and life circumstances, while offering the best medical care in a discreet and supportive environment . Instead of patients adapting the only detox offered, we modify each treatment to maximize treatment safety and effectiveness. No two profiles are identical. Differences in personal and medical histories, along with behavior and psychological issues can dictate different treatment approaches. Therefore, an individually designed treatment is plan for each client based on a extensive evaluation, including a thorough medical examination, upon arrival at our hospital.
Not all patients are candidates for rapid detox. The Waismann Method offers a number of different options for medical opiate-detoxification. Learn more about the Waismann Method Difference.
If your safety and well-being is a priority, then Waismann is your answer. Call us today at 310-205-0808 and learn about the best treatment option for you.