Service employees can be trained to respond to overdoses in public restrooms
After learning about opioid overdose and how to respond with the opioid-reversing drug naloxone, a group of New York City service industry workers felt "confident and equipped" to help during a real-life overdose situation at their workplace, researchers report. FILE PHOTO: A Cataldo Ambulance medic holds used doses of naloxone after medics revived a man in his 40's who was found unresponsive from an opioid overdose in the Boston suburb of Salem, Massachusetts, U.S., August 9, 2017.
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