The Effect Of Intravenous Fluids On The Rest Of The Methamphetamine In The Body?
Good afternoon…rnIs it true that the red-lined infusion water medicine can remove methamphetamine in the body quickly.rnAnd how long does it take for him to dissolve in the body when he drinks the infused water!rnThanks.
Good morning, thanks for asking at HealthReplies.com. Methamphetamine is included in the illegal drug type methamphetamine. This illicit drug is known for its adverse effects in causing addiction, depression, genetic disorders in the offspring of its users, brain disorders, anxiety, and disturbances in overall social functioning.
Regarding your question, so far there is no research that proves that drinking any kind of infused water can affect the loss of methamphetamine levels in the body faster than it should be. This is because intravenous fluids have the main function of replacing body fluids quickly, so the fluids are inserted directly into the blood vessels. Because if taken by mouth, any liquid must pass through the digestive tract first before being absorbed and into the blood vessels, so the process takes longer, especially if the patient is unconscious or vomits every time he drinks.
So once again, there is no special content in the infusion that functions to eliminate certain ingredients in the body. Methamphetamine in the body can be detected through urine or pee, blood, saliva and hair in different timescales depending on the amount of use, duration of use, kidney function and liver function to metabolize these substances.
If you have already consumed methamphetamine, then our advice is to do rehabilitation. The National Narcotics Agency of the Republic of Indonesia (BNNRI) has provided these facilities for drug addicts. Among the stages that are passed for those who want to be rehabilitated are the stages of examination, detoxification, stabilization and discussion with people around. For more details about the stages of drug rehabilitation, you can click the following link to our article about the stages of drug rehabilitation. So, hopefully useful.
dr. Amadeo D Basfiansa