Published Aug 4, 2005
Abuse-proof oxycontin? Wow!
RosesrReder, BSN, MSN, RN
Sounds good :)
It does sound good, I just wish they could make it non-dependancy forming in its pain killing capacity. But at least if the technology is taken up widely it should take 1 drug out of the abusers medicine chest, thanks for the info.....
I have to chuckle as when I first read the title to this thread I thought in my mind...what would make our jobs easier? "tranquilizer darts" ....LOL just thought I'de share that lil moment
Abuse-proof oxycontin? Wow!http://www.newsday.com/news/local/wire/newjersey/ny-bc-nj--businessexchange0731jul31,0,908491.story?coll=ny-region-apnewjersey
Indeedy. And one I just thought of a couple days ago was a hidden urine receptacle attached to each toilet. When the pt flushes, we get a urine sample delivered to a container so we can do the urine tox.
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