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STOP OVERDOSE WHAT IS NALOXONE? Naloxone is a prescription medication designed to temporarily reverse an opioid overdose. THREE FDA-APPROVED FORMULATIONS OF NALOXONE: NARCAN NASAL SPRAY EVZIO AUTO-INJECTOR INJECTABLE (Professional training required) NARCANO Nasal Spray is a prefilled, needle-free device that requires no assembly, which can deliver a single dose into one nostril while the patient lies on their back EVZIO Auto-Injector is injected into the outer thigh to Naloxone injection comes as a liquid solution to be injected into a vein. (intravenous), into a muscle (intramuscular), or under the skin (subcutaneous). It also comes as a prefilled auto-injecticn device containing a solution to be injected intramuscularly or subcutaneously. It is usually used to treat opioid overdoses deliver naloxone to the muscle (intramuscular). Once turned on, the device provides verbal instruction to the user describing how to deliver the medication, similar to an automated defibrilator Both NARCAN® and EVZIO® are packaged in a carton containing two doses to allow for repeat dosing if needed. They are relatively easy to use and suitable for home use in emergency situations. A doctor or pharmacist can show patients, their family members, or caregivers how to administer naloxone. Intravenous inject on every two to three minutes is recommended in emergencies IF YOU WITNESS AN OVERDOSE NORTH DAKOTA NALOXONE LIMITED LIABILITY According to North Dakota law, any individual (family, friends, or community member) is protected from civil or criminal liability for giving naloxone for a suspected opioid overdose North Dakota Century Code Call 911 and administer naloxone. 2 Do rescue breathing or chest compressions. Follow 911 dispatcher directions. Remain onsite until assistance arrives and cooperate with first responders. The ND Good Samaritan Law protects you so you can protect your friend. (ND Century Code 19-03.1-23.4) 23-01-42) NORTH Dakota Behavioral Health ational Instiule D AbeNA) SAMA Be Legendary HUMAN SERVICES Hankinson Drug, Inc. and Julie's Pharmacy & Home Decor www.hankinsondrug.com 323 Main Ave S. Hankinson, ND 701-242-7414 Hankinson Drug and Julie's Pharmacy wil take back medications during business hours! 47 Wiley Ave S. Lidgerwood, ND 701-538-4616 187860 STOP OVERDOSE WHAT IS NALOXONE? Naloxone is a prescription medication designed to temporarily reverse an opioid overdose. THREE FDA-APPROVED FORMULATIONS OF NALOXONE: NARCAN NASAL SPRAY EVZIO AUTO-INJECTOR INJECTABLE (Professional training required) NARCANO Nasal Spray is a prefilled, needle-free device that requires no assembly, which can deliver a single dose into one nostril while the patient lies on their back EVZIO Auto-Injector is injected into the outer thigh to Naloxone injection comes as a liquid solution to be injected into a vein. (intravenous), into a muscle (intramuscular), or under the skin (subcutaneous). It also comes as a prefilled auto-injecticn device containing a solution to be injected intramuscularly or subcutaneously. It is usually used to treat opioid overdoses deliver naloxone to the muscle (intramuscular). Once turned on, the device provides verbal instruction to the user describing how to deliver the medication, similar to an automated defibrilator Both NARCAN® and EVZIO® are packaged in a carton containing two doses to allow for repeat dosing if needed. They are relatively easy to use and suitable for home use in emergency situations. A doctor or pharmacist can show patients, their family members, or caregivers how to administer naloxone. Intravenous inject on every two to three minutes is recommended in emergencies IF YOU WITNESS AN OVERDOSE NORTH DAKOTA NALOXONE LIMITED LIABILITY According to North Dakota law, any individual (family, friends, or community member) is protected from civil or criminal liability for giving naloxone for a suspected opioid overdose North Dakota Century Code Call 911 and administer naloxone. 2 Do rescue breathing or chest compressions. Follow 911 dispatcher directions. Remain onsite until assistance arrives and cooperate with first responders. The ND Good Samaritan Law protects you so you can protect your friend. (ND Century Code 19-03.1-23.4) 23-01-42) NORTH Dakota Behavioral Health ational Instiule D AbeNA) SAMA Be Legendary HUMAN SERVICES Hankinson Drug, Inc. and Julie's Pharmacy & Home Decor www.hankinsondrug.com 323 Main Ave S. Hankinson, ND 701-242-7414 Hankinson Drug and Julie's Pharmacy wil take back medications during business hours! 47 Wiley Ave S. Lidgerwood, ND 701-538-4616 187860