Narcan/Naxolone
Education & Distribution

Narcan/Naloxone Education & Distribution

 

 

Training Video

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    This training has helped me better recognize the signs of an opioid overdose.
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    I am aware of the public health concern that sharing needles with a person infected with HIV, Hepatitis A and Hepatitis C increases the risk of infection transmission.
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    This training has helped me learn how to administer Naloxone/Narcan in an opioid overdose situation.
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    What situations increase the risk of overdose?
    Mixing and toleranceQuality and quantityUsing aloneAll of the above

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    What color do you need to remember that could save a life?
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    After administering the first dose of Narcan, how long should you perform rescue breathing until administering another dose?
    2 minutes or 24 breaths3 minutes or 36 breaths4 minutes 48 breathsNone – you should only use one dose of Narcan

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      Stimulate
      Call 9-1-1
      Airway
      Rescue Breathing
      Evaluate

       

      Mucosal Atomization (Nasal Spray)
      Evaluate/Support

       

      What are some signs of an opioid overdose?

      • unconsciousness
      • very small pupils
      • slow or shallow breathing
      • vomiting
      • an inability to speak
      • faint heartbeat
      • limp arms and legs
      • pale skin
      • purple lips and fingernails

      What Is Narcan/Naloxone?

      Narcan/Naloxone is a medication approved by the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) designed to rapidly reverse opioid overdose. It is an opioid antagonist—meaning that it binds to opioid receptors and can reverse and block the effects of other opioids, such as such as heroin, morphine, and oxycodone. Administered when a patient is showing signs of opioid overdose, Naloxone is a temporary treatment and its effects do not last long. Therefore, it is critical to obtain medical intervention as soon as possible after administering/receiving Naloxone.

       

      Narcan/Naloxone Distribution Locations

      Substance Abuse Council
      315 W Green St
      Marshall, MI 49068
      269-966-7580
      Substance Abuse Prevention Services (Albion)
      500 Austin Ave
      Albion, MI 49224
      313-825-6173
      Summit Pointe
      175 College St
      Battle Creek, MI 49037
      269-966-1460
      In partnership with

      Substance Abuse Council

      Contact Us

      315 West Green Street
      Marshall, MI 49068

      269.966.7580

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