Inpatient Treatment

The inpatient addiction treatment department at the Center for Mental Health and Prevention of Addiction offers treatment (emergency and/or scheduled) to the alcohol and other psychoactive substance-dependent individuals as part of a 7-14 day detoxification course. Treatment is provided in accordance with internal and national standards, covering the areas as follows:

 

  • mental and behavioral disorders caused by alcohol use; withdrawal symptoms;
  • mental and behavioral disorders caused by alcohol use; withdrawal seizures;
  • mental and behavioral disorders caused by alcohol use; psychotic disorder, predominantly hallucinatory;
  • mental and behavioral disorders caused by alcohol use; psychotic disorder, predominantly delusional;
  • withdrawal symptoms caused by opioid use;
  • withdrawal symptoms caused by methadone use;
  • withdrawal symptoms caused by the use of cannabinoids, central nervous system stimulants; hallucinogens, sedative and hypnotic means and the psychotic disorders caused therefrom;
  • withdrawal symptoms caused by simultaneous use of different types of psychoactive substances.

Alongside the detoxification process, patients also undergo clinical lab testing (complete blood count (CBC), urinalysis test, blood glucose test, prothrombin time (PT/INR) test, liver function tests to determine ALT, AST, GGT levels).

 

Alongside the substance abuse therapist’s daily consultations, the detoxification course also includes counseling by a psychiatrist, neurologist, general physician, cardiologist and psychologist.

 

The inpatient addiction treatment department has 20 well-equipped wards with a total of 45 beds. Consequently, at this stage the Center can simultaneously provide services to 45 patients.

 

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