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What is Oxycodone?
Oxycodone is a semi-synthetic opiate that is made by modifying the organic compound contained in opium the bain. It is the active ingredient oxycodone in many commonly prescription analgesics (such as Percocet, Percodan, and Tylox) and is only available on prescription. It comes in the form of prolonged-release tablets, capsules and swallowable liquids. It can also be given by injection, usually in the hospital. Oxycodone is also known under the Oxynorm and OxyContin brands.
How to use Oxycodone
Take this medicine only under the guidance of your doctor. Do not take more, more often, and no longer than your doctor’s prescription. This is particularly important for elderly patients who may be more sensitive to the effects of analgesics. If you take too much for a long time, it can become a habit (cause mental or physical dependence).
Delayed-release oxycodone capsules or tablets can only be used by patients who have taken narcotic analgesics (also known as opioids). These patients are called opioid tolerance. If you are not sure whether you can tolerate opioids, please consult your doctor before using the medication.
Use the included calibration pipette to measure oral concentrate. Your doctor may ask you to mix the concentrate with a small amount of liquid or food. Follow the instructions carefully. Take this medicine with food and the amount of food you eat will be approximately the same each time. If you have difficulty swallowing, you can open the capsule and sprinkle its contents on soft foods or pour it into a cup and swallow immediately. Drink a glass of water to ensure that all medicines have been taken. The drug can also be administered via a nasogastric tube or a gastrostomy tube. Delayed-release oxycodone capsules or tablets work differently than conventional oral oxycodone liquids or tablets, even if the dosage is the same.
Side Effects of Oxycodone
The most common side effects are nausea, vomiting, constipation, dry mouth, weakness, sweating, dizziness, faintness, or drowsiness. Some side effects may be reduced after prolonged use of this medicine. To prevent constipation, you should take fiber, drink plenty of water, and exercise. You may also need to take laxatives. Ask your pharmacist which laxative is best for you. Remember that your doctor will prescribe this medicine because he or she thinks the benefits outweigh the risks of side effects.
If you have serious side effects, please tell your doctor immediately, including breathing problems during sleep (sleep apnea), mental/emotional changes severe stomach / abdominal pain, difficulty in urinating, signs of poor adrenal function. However, if you experience severe allergic symptoms such as rash, itching/swelling (especially the face/tongue/throat), severe dizziness, and difficulty breathing, see a doctor immediately.
Precautions for Oxycodone
When using this medicine, especially during the first 24 to 72 hours of treatment, it is important that your doctor checks the progress of your disease. This will allow your doctor to determine if the medicine is working properly and to decide whether you want to continue taking it. Blood and urine tests may be required to test for adverse effects. The controlled release of oxycodone hydrochloride is a long-acting (12-hour) version of oxycodone that can be successfully used to control moderate to severe pain by maintaining stable blood levels and enabling a consistent dosing schedule. Unfortunately, its use can also have serious consequences, including accidental death.
Storage Of Oxycodone
Keep this medicine in the container it is kept in, tightly closed, and out of the reach of children. Store it at room temperature, away from light, excessive heat, and moisture (do not put in the bathroom). You must immediately dispose of medicines that have expired or are no longer required as part of the drug recovery program. If there isn’t a recycling plan nearby or a recycling plan that you can use immediately, flush outdated or obsolete medication in the toilet to prevent others from taking it. Ask your pharmacist for information on how to properly dispose of medicines.
Drug Interactions Oxycodone
Oxycodone oral tablets can interact with other medicines, vitamins, or herbs that you may be taking. Interaction means that a substance changes the way a medicine works. This can be harmful or affect the proper functioning of the medicine.
To avoid interactions, your doctor should treat all medications carefully. Please tell your doctor about any medicines, vitamins, or herbs you are taking. Contact your doctor or pharmacist.
If someone intentionally or accidentally takes too many drugs that contain these ingredients, an overdose of oxycodone occurs. A person can accidentally take too much medicine because they cannot relieve the pain from the normal dose. There are several reasons why a person can intentionally take too much of this medicine. When a person overdoses on oxycodone, their activity in the central nervous system slows down so much that they may no longer send the body the signals it needs to tell it to breathe or to pump blood. In this case, you need to see a doctor.
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