Oxycodone Pharmacology

On this episode, I discuss oxycodone pharmacology, adverse effect, pharmacokinetics, and drug interactions.

Oxycodone is broken down by CYP3A4 and CYP2D6. I discuss this further on the podcast and how interactions may alter concentrations.

When a patient stops taking oxycodone after being on it for some time, you must recognize common symptoms of withdrawal.

Oxycodone comes as in an extended-release and immediate-release oral formulation.

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