Overdose Medicine Working

As previously reported, the FDA recently approved the first generic nasal medication to treat opioid overdoses.Pharmacists say naloxone hydrochloride is quickly becoming more accessible and easier to use.Appalachian Regional Healthcare (ARH) Pharmacist Jeri Lynn Milwee says it is true that, with brief training from staff, anyone can save the life of someone who has overdosed or unexpectedly come into contact with an opioid.”This is something you can have at home,” she said. Availability for at home use is still being approved by the FDA.




Source: MG News

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