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Can "Oxycodone" be detected in a saliva test?

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I am prescribed per events and am not sure if it will be detected in a saliva test?
Posted Sun, 26 Jan 2014 in Medicines and Side Effects
Answered by Dr. Praveen 1 hour later
Brief Answer: Please confirm the drug prescribed... Detailed Answer: From your query I am not sure what drug has been prescribed to you. Could you confirm the drug prescribed probably the generic name and the composition if possible to help you better. Awaiting your response... Regards
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The prescription is for ratio-oxycocet. Oxycodone XXXXXXX / aceta5/325
Answered by Dr. Praveen 11 hours later
Brief Answer: Can be detected in saliva up to 3-4 days Detailed Answer: Hi. Thanks for writing back. In regards to drug testing - Oxycodone can be detected in your urine for up to 3-4 days; in your blood for up to 24 hours; in your saliva for up to 1-4 days after your last dose. Hope this answers your question.
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