Oxycodone confusion



Could Oxycodone cause Confusion

5/20/2016
02:33 | Olivia Holiday
Oxycodone confusion
Could Oxycodone cause Confusion

Could Oxycodone cause Confusion? We studied 25985 Oxycodone users who have side effects from FDA and social media. Among them, 222 have confusion.

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On Mar, 24, 2016: 25,985 people reported to have side effects when taking Oxycodone.

Medication Errors Linked to Drug Name Confusion

10/25/2016
07:17 | Matthew Adderiy
Oxycodone confusion
Medication Errors Linked to Drug Name Confusion

Of those reports, 34% were due to confusion between similar medication names. CONTIN); and oxycodone and sustained release oxycodone (OXYCONTIN).

Examples of error reports submitted to PA-PSRS include:

A new national patient safety goal for 2005 states that organizations, in order to improve the safety of using medications, “dentify and, at a minimum, annually review a list of look-alike/sound-alike drugs used in the organization, and take action to prevent errors involving the interchange of these drugs.”6 JCAHO expects facilities to develop a list of look-alike/sound-alike drugs that contains a minimum of 10 drug combinations from a JCAHO-provided list.7.

Oxycodone induced delirium and agitation in an elderly patient

12/27/2016
09:37 | Ethan Adamson
Oxycodone confusion
Oxycodone induced delirium and agitation in an elderly patient

Int J Clin Pharm. 2011 Oct;33(5):733-6. doi: 10.1007/s . Epub 2011 Aug 19. Oxycodone induced delirium and agitation in an elderly patient.

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Opioids are commonly prescribed for pain, and are often connected to mental status adverse events. Delirium is a side effect associated with narcotic analgesics, with a higher incidence in the elderly. This report describes an elderly male that received a total knee arthroplasty and received morphine post-operatively. On post-operative day 2, morphine was discontinued due to mental status changes and switched to oxycodone/acetaminophen. Twenty-four hours after administering oxycodone, the patient's mental status declined. After the patient returned to baseline he was transferred to rehabilitation and re-challenged with oxycodone/acetaminophen. The re-challenge was inadvertent due to inadequate documentation of the adverse event and lack of understanding by the health care team of delirium associated with opioids. A similar rapid decline in mental status occurred.

Clinicians should be cognizant of narcotic analgesics inducing mental status changes, even with an alternative. Detailed documentation of adverse events should occur to avoid accidental re-challenges.

Oxycodone potentiation confusion?

4/19/2016
01:43 | Matthew Adderiy
Oxycodone confusion
Oxycodone potentiation confusion?

I've read countless threads and articles regarding Opioid potentiation yet I'm still unclear on what is best to do? I have 120mg of instant release.

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Clarifying the confusion about confusion Current practices in

6/21/2016
03:23 | Ethan Adamson
Oxycodone confusion
Clarifying the confusion about confusion Current practices in

Geriatric delirium, commonly referred to as “confusion,” is a treatable condition. than hydromorphone (Dilaudid) and oxycodone (Oxycontin) to trigger delirium.