Hydrocodone Vital Sign Observations

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  1. csharpprogrammer

    csharpprogrammer Titanium Member

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    I just found these on my buddies computer... enjoy.
    Note: He is a male approx. 165lbs.


    THE FOLLOWING IS NOT MY EXPERIENCE!!

    Report Date: 04/25/06
    Report Description: 127.5 mg hydrocodone, 1400 mg carisoprodol
    Events:
    Time: 20:13 | HR: 85 | BP: 122/75 | RR: 19 | SpO2: 98 | Comments: Resting Vitals
    Time: 20:20 | HR: 82 | BP: 128/72 | RR: 18 | SpO2: 98 | Comments: None
    Time: 20:25 | HR: 84 | BP: 118/68 | RR: 14 | SpO2: 97 | Comments: Very Comfortable.
    Time: 20:30 | HR: 90 | BP: 132/76 | RR: 17 | SpO2: 97 | Comments: Still very comfortable.
    Time: 20:35 | HR: 92 | BP: 139/72 | RR: 19 | SpO2: 96 | Comments: Already feeling a nice little buzz.
    Time: 20:40 | HR: 84 | BP: 138/82 | RR: 15 | SpO2: 97 | Comments: I'm feeling great.
    Time: 20:45 | HR: 88 | BP: 127/76 | RR: 14 | SpO2: 97 | Comments: I would rate the euphoria at 7 out of 10. I would really like to close my eyes, but I know that would be bad.
    Time: 20:50 | HR: 84 | BP: 130/72 | RR: 9 | SpO2: 97 | Comments: Getting harder to stay awake.
    Time: 20:55 | HR: 92 | BP: 120/70 | RR: 23 | SpO2: 97 | Comments: None
    Time: 21:05 | HR: 92 | BP: 147/81 | RR: 12 | SpO2: 97 | Comments: Mom bitched, sort of screwed up the experiment
    Time: 21:10 | HR: 90 | BP: 141/77 | RR: 12 | SpO2: 97 | Comments: None
    Time: 21:15 | HR: 98 | BP: 136/72 | RR: 20 | SpO2: 96 | Comments: Not much euphoria, but its there.
    Time: 21:20 | HR: 84 | BP: 134/79 | RR: 11 | SpO2: 96 | Comments: More of a Soma high then an opiate high.
    Time: 21:25 | HR: 86 | BP: 135/73 | RR: 18 | SpO2: 97 | Comments: Just want to nod out, not wfeat]]
    Time: 21:31 | HR: 84 | BP: 128/64 | RR: 12 | SpO2: 95 | Comments: Pretty euphoric, vitals dropping.
    Time: 21:35 | HR: 88 | BP: 132/72 | RR: 13 | SpO2: 95 | Comments: SpO2 is still dropping.
    Time: 21:40 | HR: 80 | BP: 140/66 | RR: 10 | SpO2: 95 | Comments: Euphoria is gone, just real tired.
    Time: 21:45 | HR: 100 | BP: 135/66 | RR: 18 | SpO2: 97 | Comments: Don't remember this.
    Time: 21:50 | HR: 80 | BP: 138/61 | RR: 7 | SpO2: 94 | Comments: Don't remember this either.
    Time: 21:55 | HR: 86 | BP: 125/69 | RR: 10 | SpO2: 97 | Comments: Don't remember this either.
    Time: 22:00 | HR: 92 | BP: 121/76 | RR: 24 | SpO2: 96 | Comments: I think this experience is over,
    Time: 22:05 | HR: 92 | BP: 128/75 | RR: 27 | SpO2: 96 | Comments: Experience is over.
    Time: 22:10 | HR: 82 | BP: 116/67 | RR: 22 | SpO2: 95 | Comments: Experience is over.
    Time: 22:20 | HR: 106 | BP: 129/75 | RR: 23 | SpO2: 97 | Comments: Experience is over.
    Time: 22:15 | HR: 90 | BP: 129/73 | RR: 16 | SpO2: 96 | Comments: Experience is over.
    Comments:
    NOTE: I'm already feeling pretty good from 25 mg of diazepam downed with Grape Fruit juice at approx. 16:00.
    I expect to be high between 8 and 9 o'clock, so that I can be good enough to watch "House" which comes on at 21:00.
    I haven't eaten in a long time, so I expect quick and strong effects. My only fear is an overdose. I did come very close a few days ago, and if it wasn't for my patient monitor alarms, I may not have woken up and started breathing again.
    19:35 - Start breaking up Vicodin ES tablets.
    19:39 - Tablets are in water, now stiring.
    19:43 - Tablets are completely disolved, I will let it sit for a few minutes to be sure, then pour it into the filter cup.
    19:48 - Starting to gradually pour the solution through the filter.
    19:49 - While I let it filter for a few minutes, I am going to put on my ECG Electrodes for monitoring.
    20:00 - The solution is completed, I am now setting up the environment.
    20:14 - Ingestion of the solution, chased by a can of Brisk Iced Tea for taste.
    20:25 - Just remembered to take the Soma.
    20:33 - Just now took the Soma, not sure it was such a good idea, I was feeling very good.
    20:34 - I think someone just got home, hope my mom don't bitch at me for this.
    20:38 - Pretty sure its my sister who just got home, but maybe my mom too, shit!
    20:42 - My RR is getting extemely low, I am breathing extra breaths just to keep my apnea alarm from going off.
    21:37 - I keep getting woke up by an SpO2 alarm, thank God.
    21:58 - Around this time is when I was dosing off.
    22:04 - Vitals are coming back to normal, except SpO2.
    22:14 - I think I'm back to normal, just an elevated heart rate.
    22:24 - Even though I stopped taking vitals, I still feel a little different.



    Key:
    BP - Non-Invasive Blood Pressure (the same method a doctor uses with a cuff)
    RR - Respiratory Rate (number of breaths per minute)
    SpO2 - Saturated Pulse Oxygen (the percentage of oxygen being absorbed, I think!)
    HR - Heart Rate (number of heart beats per minute)
     
    1. 4/5,
      Excellent piece of data to add to the forum.
      Nov 5, 2010
  2. csharpprogrammer

    csharpprogrammer Titanium Member

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    I think its pretty weird how his SpO2 and RR dropped dangerously low after he reported the euphoria being gone.