RAPID OPIATE DETOX
SMART DRUG DETOX™
Pain-free and safe detoxification from heroin, methadone, thramadol, buprenorphine (subutex, suboxon), morhine-sulfate (substidol, compensan) and other opiate and opioid drugs according to a new, individualized model of SMART DRUG DETOX™:
SMART DRUG DETOX™ is up to high modern medicines standards as well as the principles of humanism:
- Pain free and comfortable opiate detox
During the opiate detoxification, efficient withdrawal syndrome prevention is performed in such a way, that none of the withdrawal symptoms appear. A patient sleeps and eats normally and doesn’t feel pain during the detoxification from opiate drugs (methadone detox pr heroine detox…). Only 10% of the patients might feel some mild tension, shivers, chills, which are immediately neutralized with highly effective treatment.
- Safe rapid detox for all body organs
It is of a great importance that a body doesn’t go through a serious stress and overpressure, and therefore medical technologies must be applied in order to protect brain, heart, lungs etc. during the ultra rapid heroin detox. We apply monitoring equipment and reliable protection of body organs.
- Careful observation and a personal drug detox program for each patient individually
A detailed examination of a somatic and psychological condition, used substances and their daily intake, allow us to make a correct detoxification process prognoses. That means that we make a personal treatment model as well as protection from withdrawal syndrome (pain, chills, vomiting etc.) for each patient individually. We don’t allow our patients to suffer. A team of medical professionals, addictionologists, internists, anesthesiologists take in consideration every detail of a patient’s condition while designing their unique detox program. Treatment management.
- Immediate withdrawal syndrome prevention and careful preparations for blood and cells cleansing process
Our patients receive prophylactic therapy in order to get the right protection from withdrawal symptoms, immediately after the admittance to the hospital, or at the airport, in case of emergency. A soft detoxification is starting along with the preparations for the main procedure of the deep cleansing process from opiates.
- A complex drug detox program
A patient gets a thorough cell, blood and lymph cleansing from opiate and opioid drugs. Simultaneously with opiates other drugs are getting out of the body, as well as alcohol, benzodiazepines etc. A general body detox from accompanying substances is planned and performed with consideration of all possible risks and problems.
- Integral body drugs (heroin) detox model
A personal detox program consists of elements of some traditional methods, from thramadol or buprenorphine reduction to Ultra Rapid Opiate Detoxification. Many components are being applied in a consecutive order, and sometimes simultaneously, forming your individual SMART DRUG DETOX™. We apply tens of medications, which we choose for your individual case.
- Accelerated SMART DRUG DETOX™
Accelerated SMART DRUG DETOX™ allows us to detox the body from heroin during 3 days, and from methadone from 5 to 7 days. That’s not a 24 hour ultra rapid detox, but smart, safe program of a rapid detox (but without over acceleration) for a drugs free body achieving.
- Checking the detox results up and preparation for Naltrexone maintenance program (according to the patient’s choice)
A series of tests show how the opioid detoxif process is developing, and when the body becomes 100% clean from drugs, a patient can start with Naltrexone induction.
RAPID DETOX VS. ULTRA RAPID DETOX
There is a great deal of confusion on the internet with respect to the terms Rapid Detox and Ultra Rapid Detox. Ultra Rapid Detox generally construes a detoxification process which is done under general anesthesia or sedation, which lasts somewhere between 6 and 12 hours, while Rapid Detox, in general, can be used to denote anything from Ultra Rapid Detox to a detox process that lasts 5 -7 days or more. Unfortunately, many clinics and websites now use these terms interchangeably. This can be confusing to individuals seeking information and treatment.
In general, Ultra Rapid Detox is a process of accelerating the detoxification process in patients who are addicted to drugs such as opiates like heroin, methadone, substitol and even prescription pain relievers. The Ultra Rapid Detox process should be conducted in a hospital setting while the patient is under general anesthesia, which is most common, or sedation. The process needs to be overseen by certified anesthesiologists and a nursing staff that specialize in such procedures. While under anesthesia, the patient is administered medications that counteract the addictive substances. If the procedure is done correctly, the patient awakens from general anesthesia having gone through the drug withdrawal syndrome (depending on a drug, it can be fully or partially). Depending on how long the individual is under general anesthesia or sedation, withdrawal symptoms and physical cravings may be absent or partially absent upon awakening. However, the psychological and emotional aspects of addiction are not treated. Therefore a special psychological procedures are required for the treatment of psychological addiction as well a Naltrexone implant as an opiate blocker.
Rapid Detox is, a way to quit heroin (among other opiates) a term that can mean Ultra Rapid Detox, or it can refer to a slower process of detoxification where the patient experiences more of the manageable withdrawal symptoms while getting assistance breaking free from the psychological aspects of their addiction.
Some of the narcotic opiate-based substances that can be treated through the Rapid Detoxification process include:
- Oxycontin ®
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