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Narcan Drip Rate
Depends on how given: If given intravenously, it works literally in seconds (10-20 seconds to start working, works fully in couple minutes); if given intramuscularly (im) it takes 2-10 minutes to kick in. If given in a nasal spray (which is being used in several communitites to help addicts and their friends treat od) it works in-between IV and im, starting in 1-2 minutes, and taking full effect by 5-10 minutes. ...Read more
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that said Suboxone in non-acute situations has been shown clinically to curb alcohol craving along with opiate craving, however, it is not approved for alcohol use. ...Read more
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Medical assistant: This might have to do with the particular state law. Paramedics of course give all kinds of injections. If you are a certified medical assistant under the direction and supervision of a prescribing doctor you should be able to do it, . ...Read more
Yes: If someone has severly od to where their respiratory depression has cause irreversable brain damage or cardiac arrest then it would be to late. Compare it to near downing, the person is either revived before these things happen and survives or not. There is a point of no return. The body can not survive very long without oxygen. The brains job is to tell the lungs to breath, heroin suppress this. ...Read more
Hi I'm a 25 year old male from Texas. I recently had an overdose and was revived with narcan (naloxone). Does narcan (naloxone) make you fail a UA for bupornephrine?
Narcan&urine drug: NO! . narcan (naloxone) - nalaxone will show up in drug testing (especially if you are going to an office/clinic that does addiction medicine BUT WILL NOT appear in the standard drug screen for employment. Nalaxone is combined with buprenorphine in the medication Suboxone/Zubsolv/Bunavail. But with your recent revived OD you should be seeking help and be honest if you are in treatment but relapsed ...Read more
Potentially, yes: A seizure would be very dose dependent and would be unusual, but possible based on the preceding medications on board at time of usage. Other variables contributing would include level of blood electrolytes, serum glucose, history of recreational drug use, alcohol ingestion or sudden cessation, and prior head injury. ...Read more
Any good reasons a dr wouldn't want to trial naloxone/narcan off label for a few doses? (for depersonalization)
Lack of familiarity:
Most physicians who do not want to prescribe a medication off label don't prescribe because of a lack of familiarity or lack of comfort in using a particular medication. Another reason could be lack of education and there you can provide help by providing the doctor with the necessary journal articles. Www. Ncbi. Nlm. Nih. Gov/pubmed/15876908
1. J clin psychopharmacol. 2005 jun;25 (3):267-70. :). There is no particular medical reason not to give the patient a trial on this. ...Read more
Can Narcan (naloxone) be effective with a person who takes lortab for pain and drinks alcohol on top of it, and appears to "check out", i.E. Become inarticulate?
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