Over the first 24 months of the POINT program, 67 individuals (10.0% of clients plus 1 individual who used a client's kit) reported having administered naloxone
. Forty-five people reported administering naloxone
on one occasion, and 22 people reported administering naloxone
on two or more separate occasions, with a total of 98 naloxone
Adapt Pharma, Limited has launched a new smartphone app, NARCAN[R] Now, that provides guidance and education for recognizing symptoms of a suspected opioid overdose, a 3-step guide for administering NARCAN[R] (naloxone
HCI) Nasal Spray, an instructional video and immediate access to local emergency 911 services.
When the life-saving properties of naloxone
entered the world more than four decades ago, nobody realized how valuable it would become.
pharmacy technicians in the Boise area were the first in the state with the training to prescribe the lifesaving opioid antagonist naloxone
, the mainline opioid overdose-reversing drug approved for use in the United States in 1971, is being credited by health authorities in helping reduce -- for the first time -- the annual death toll inflicted by overdose deaths in the country.
6, 2019 (HealthDay News) -- From 2012 to 2018, there were substantial increases in naloxone
dispensing with considerable regional variation, according to research published in the Aug.
(2) More opioid overdose deaths could be prevented if bystanders had access to naloxone
, a prescription opioid antagonist medication that can counter the effects of an opioid overdose.
[USA], July 28 (ANI): Researchers are developing a device that will detect opioid overdose and automatically deliver naloxone
, a drug known to reverse deadly effects.
Food and Drug Administration has acknowledged the receipt of Adamis' amendment to its previously submitted New Drug Application for its higher dose naloxone
The Food and Drug Administration on April 19 approved the first generic naloxone
hydrochloride nasal spray (Narcan) as treatment for stopping or reversing an opioid overdose.
ALICE Cachia and James Rodger's article ('The tragedy of Brummies at risk of overdoses who are 'failing' to be protected', Wednesday March 27, 2019) highlights the important role of take-home naloxone
kits in preventing overdoses in Birmingham and beyond, as well as the challenges in increasing their use.