Opioid overdose: Wallet card for use in communities

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Organization: Health Canada
Date published: 2017

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Know the Signs of an Opioid Overdose

Blue lips or nails

Dizziness and confusion

Can’t be woken up

Choking, gurgling or snoring sounds

Slow, weak or no breathing

Drowsiness or difficulty staying awake

Suspect an Overdose?

Call 911 or Emergency Services

Administer naloxone if you have it

Stay with the person until help arrives

Where to get naloxone:

Learn more at Canada.ca/Opioids

Together we can #StopOverdoses

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