Oxycodone has a moderate analgesic effect. It may be more effective for pain acute than in prolonged pain. Orally received 10 mg of oxycodone equivalents efficacy of 20 mg of oral morphine sulfate, codeine 30 mg oral, intramuscular 5 mg oxycodone and 33 mg of intramuscular morphine sulfate. Psychological and physical dependence can develop when readmission. The danger of abuse is like receiving codeine. Oxycodone is only partially suppresses withdrawal symptoms in patients who are physically dependent on other drugs. Oxycodone crosses the placental barrier. Recorded in low doses in breast milk. However, no adverse effects were noted in the newborn.
Cardiovascular system: hypotension, bradycardia, syncope.
Pulmonary System: respiratory depression.
CNS: sedation, drowsiness, euphoria, dysphoria, disorientation.
Kidneys: urinary retention.
GI: nausea, vomiting, abdominal pain, constipation, anorexia, hepatic dysfunction.
Allergic reactions: rash, urticaria,