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Overdose Response: CPR Educational Video for Opioid Poisoning and Naloxone Administration

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This video is based on the newest 2020 guidelines for narcotic poisoning and features the most up-to-date recommendations for naloxone administration. This instructional video will demonstrate the steps for overdose response and emergency care.

During kova 19 ppe must include hand sanitizer gown n95 mask gloves and protective eyewear first check the scene for danger and any opioid related clues check for responsiveness try to wake the person up open the airway and check for breathing for no more than 10 seconds have someone call 911 and have them bring an aed if available naloxone should be used by

Lay rescuers in a suspected opioid related overdose however it should not delay first aid and cpr measures if the person is not breathing start compression only cpr until a second rescuer puts on dons their ppe and arrives with a bag valve mask continue compression only cpr once the second rescuer arrives stop cpr and check for signs of circulation for no

More than 10 seconds check the person’s pulse appropriate color of the skin any coughing breathing or movement if the person is not breathing but you are 100 certain that they have signs of blood circulating such as a pulse start assisted breathing give one breath every five seconds for approximately one minute before rechecking signs of circulation the second

Rescuer places the bvm over the person’s nose and mouth and keeps the airway open using the head tilt chin lift technique continue assisted breathing for approximately one minute once one minute goes by recheck pulse and signs of circulation if there is no signs of circulation or you are unsure start cpr give 30 compressions give two ventilations continue thirty

Compressions and two ventilations thirty to two once the aed arrives bare the person’s chest remove clothing jewelry medicine patches water sweat and excessive hair attach electrodes if the aed determines a shock is required stand back and say i’m clear you’re clear everybody’s clear and push the shock button shock delivered after shock delivery if there are

No signs of life continue cpr if you are performing up front compressions on a patient it is suggested that you put a surgical mask on your patient to prevent any of their droplets being expelled into the atmosphere that you are also your personal ppe is important in addition when using a bag valve mask having a filter on it is essential and the other important

Tactic when you are ventilating or performing cpr is the bvm face piece remains on the patient’s face at all time this way during compressions the air being pushed out of their lungs is being captured in the bbm and in the filter not going into the atmosphere single rescuer assisted breathing with bag valve mask with additional training you can learn how to check

For breathing and pulse at the same time check pulse for no more than 10 seconds if in doubt start cpr if the person is not breathing but you are 100 certain they have a pulse start assisted breathing continue assisted breathing by giving one breath every 5 seconds to do so as a single person you can place a bag valve mask over the person’s face and use the c3

Hold to firmly place the mask over the person’s nose and mouth while tilting their head back with the other hand squeeze the bag one breath every five seconds until you see the chest rise once one minute goes by recheck pulse and signs of circulation two rescuer cpr with one-handed bank valve mask the rescuer managing the airway can also provide the bag valve

Mask they can use a c3 hold to position the bvm how to administer naloxone nasal spray gently insert the tip of the nozzle into one nostril until your fingers on either side of the nozzle are against the bottom of the person’s nose press the plunger firmly to give the entire dose of naloxone nasal spray let’s see what it looks like how to administer naloxone

Injectable dave how are you doing can you walk us through how to use an injectable naloxone absolutely okay okay so first thing you do is you want to make sure you get your syringe out of the package and ready to be ready for use okay next you’re going to get your vial and naloxone and you just want to spin it around a little okay sometimes you can see people get

A little tap is to get the uh the fluid out from the cap okay then you’re gonna use this cap breaker which you just put on and then you just snap it right off it just safely breaks the cap off remember this is a shark’s hazard so this will eliminate the chance of getting cut okay next you will take out the syringe carefully insert it in the vial and then you’re

Going to pull back on the plunger and extract all the nalaxone out of the vial and that easiest good sign next the bubbles are a good sign bubbles usually indicate you’re near the end okay and try to squeeze out most of the air but don’t worry about if there’s a few bubbles in there next you want to do like any other time you’ve been had an injection just wipe

The area with an alcohol prep and then you want to inject it in a large muscle so we can either do the up with the arm here the pectoral you can do the thigh okay and then you just go straight into the muscle and then slowly just inject it inside wow thank you so much and then finally let’s put it in the okay just remember it’s very important before you um use a

Needle or syringe that this is a sharps hazard so you alert everyone around you uh that you are about to inject if they are doing compressions they should stop for that moment until you safely inject the person and then resuscitation efforts can continue once the needle has been secured into the shark’s container do not delay cpr or other critical first aid

Measures for naloxone call for emergency medical assistance immediately it may take about one to five minutes for breathing to return to normal naloxone lasts for about 20 to 90 minutes a second dose may be given between three to five minutes the person may become aggressive or may vomit or have diarrhea be aware of the hazards and risks associated with needle

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Overdose Response: CPR Educational Video for Opioid Poisoning and Naloxone Administration By Heart2Heart CPR – First Aid 4 Real