Rapid Opiate Detox
Rapid Opiate Detox is an inexpensive, comfortable and pain free method to deal with an addiction to opiate drugs.
What Is Rapid Opiate Detox?
This method allows the advantages of modern medical technologies to be used to give an inexpensive, comfortable and safe cleansing from opiate drugs and opioids.
How Rapid Opiate Detox Works
- Preliminary diagnostics and correct planning of a personal opiate detox allow us to avoid any withdrawals, health issues, “unexpected complications” or somatic and psychological stress during Rapid Opiate Detox, as well as unnecessary expenses.
- Premedication, administrated at the right time, allows us to prevent “cold turkey” syndrome development and allows the patient to pass through the acute drug detox phase easily and painlessly in a comfortable pharmacological induced sleep and period of sedation.
- Special opioid agonists-antagonists administration, timely and in exact dosages, allow us to make our Rapid Opiate Detox as cheap as possible, painless and safe (for both the brain and other organs) all at the same time.
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Varieties of Rapid Opiate Detox
Availability and prices
Opiate detox duration, method and cost depends on the type of substance involved, the daily intake and how it’s being used. Therefore, rapid heroin detox is not the same as Methadone, Buprenorphine or Substitol detoxification.
The medical technology which allows the patient to be made comfortable by using Tramadol, Morphine-Sulfate or Oxycontine detox may vary considerably.
Everyone is different
In order to make the process of getting off opiate drugs pain free, easy and economical, doctors need to plan the opioid addiction therapy carefully but they can only do this by having full insight of your addictive substances intake as well as daily quantities.
Making the right choice when it comes to your personal method of rapid opiate detox is also affected by your age, history of addiction and previous treatment programs. The state of your physical health is crucial in this matter. Should there be many illnesses present, especially cardio-vascular, respiratory or endocrine issues, our doctors must be informed prior to the beginning of the opioid detoxification process so that they can take this into consideration.
Only then will the safety and the comfort of opioid dependency treatment be optimized by the provision of your uniquely designed personal detox procedure.
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Rapid Opiate Detox Plan
A patient’s opiate detox treatment plan must be assessed continually and modified as necessary to ensure that it meets their changing needs. A patient may require varying combinations of services and treatment components during the course of the detoxification and recovery. Proper combination of medications, medical services is required. For many patients, a continuing care approach provides the best results, with the treatment intensity varying according to a person’s changing needs.
Medically assisted detoxification is only the first stage of drug addiction
treatment and by itself does little to change long-term drug abuse. Therefore, Naltrexone therapy should be administrated after the completion of opiate detox. Although medically assisted detox can safely prevent acute physical symptoms of withdrawal, for better results is needed long-therm psychotherapy and Naltrexone implant maintenance for effective long-term abstinence. Thus, patients should be encouraged to continue drug treatment after the opiate detox.
Finally and maybe the most importantly, drug detox treatment needs to be readily available. Because drug-addicted individuals may be uncertain about entering drug addiction treatment, taking advantage of available services the moment people are ready for detox is critical. Potential patients can be lost if treatment is not immediately available or readily accessible. As with other chronic diseases, the earlier treatment is offered in the disease process, the greater the likelihood of positive outcomes