42- 2/27/2020 - CASE: Emergency Access to Limited Access Properties - DIDACTIC: Naloxone - how it works, how to use it.

CASE: Addressing how first responders can gain access to limited access properties (gated, keyed, digital access) DIDACTIC: Naloxone is an opiate-antagonist, which is used to reverse the symptoms of an opiate overdose and save a life! Join Project ECHO as we teach about the opioid epidemic as it relates to our New Mexico communities, signs of an opiate overdose, and how to administer life-saving naloxone. Please come and learn how to save a life, and how to teach other how to use this life-saving medicine in our community.

Session Date

February 27, 2020

CASE: Emergency access to limited access properties

Residents of Silver Downtown asked how first responders can access them when their building requires badge or key access.

Property owners are encouraged to contact 242-COPS to provide information on access, idiosyncrasies or dangers for first responders.

DIDACTIC: Naloxone - how it works, how to use it

Presenters

Tofilo Borunda, Pharm D, Clinical Solutions Specialist, Tricore Reference Laboratories

Virginia Sedore, Training Specialist, ECHO Institute, UNM HSC

Description

Naloxone is an opiate-antagonist, which is used to reverse the symptoms of an opiate overdose and save a life! Join Project ECHO as we teach about the opioid epidemic as it relates to our New Mexico communities, signs of an opiate overdose, and how to administer life-saving naloxone. Please come and learn how to save a life, and how to teach other how to use this life-saving medicine in our community.

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