What is the treatment for oxymorphone overdose?

Opioid OD. As with every opioid one needs to protect the airway to prevent respiratory collapse. An "reversal"ageent can be given. Go to the er now.

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What is the definition or description of: Oxymorphone overdose?

Taking too much. An oxymorphone overdose would be taking more than the prescribed dose and most likely experiencing side effects which can include sedation, slowed breathing, low blood pressure, low heart rate, cold, clammy skin and weakness. In severe overdoses, one can experience lack of oxygen leading to cyanosis, loss of consciousness and coma. Read more...