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Is Alcohol Home Detox Safe?

Is Alcohol Home Detox Safe?

Is Alcohol Home Detox Safe? In the vast majority of cases, a medically supervised Alcohol Home Detox is safe. A medically supervised alcohol home detox with a 24/7 one:one on-site expert nurse increases the chances of a safe detox considerably.

An alcohol detox occurs when a person is physically dependent on alcohol. When a person “needs” an alcohol detox and goes into alcohol withdrawal it becomes a medical condition. An Alcohol detox is a medical procedure that ranges from a mild withdrawal to a severe life-threatening alcohol withdrawal.

Is Alcohol Home Detox Safe? EHD focuses on Safety and Privacy. A safe and private alcohol detox allows the client to decrease their stress and address lifestyle changes that may be needed to sustain sobriety.

EHD’s Focus on Safety: An expert nurse is on-site with the client from the beginning to the end of the alcohol detox. The nurse assesses the physical condition of the client on an ongoing basis. An inpatient setting may assess the client every 2-4 hours, an EHD nurse assesses the client continuously. The EHD nurse is expert in assessing the client by observation and by measurement tools. These tools include measuring the Blood Pressure, Pulse, Respirations, Temperature, and Oxygen level.  The measurement tools also include assessing the CIWA scale and the COWS scale. The EHD nurse manages the prescribed medication and continuously assesses the effectiveness of the medication.

EHD’s Focus on a Private Detox: EHD assigns one nurse to provide Private-Duty Nursing throughout the medical detox. One nurse assigned to the client enhances privacy as only one nurse is involved in the care of the client.

Is Alcohol Home Detox Safe? This is a legitimate question. An alcohol withdrawal and detox can result in very uncomfortable side effects, and adverse effects. Adverse effects include seizures and delirium tremens (DT’s). A one:one on-site expert nurse providing private duty care increases the likelihood that an Alcohol Home Detox is safe and effective.

For further reading: Here is an article comparing alcohol home detox to a hospital based outpatient alcohol detox. This further suggests alcohol home detox can be safe. Home Detox vs. Hospital Based OP Detox

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