This slide presentation for the Natural Science Poster Session at Parkland College describes the chemical makeup and effect of Naloxone, an opioid antagonist used in the treatment opioid overdose and summarizes a study comparing intravenous and intranasal delivery methods. Concludes that although there are conflicting studies, evidence supports intranasal delivery.
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Carney, Leiah, "Naloxone Therapy in Opioid Overdose Patients: Intranasal or Intravenous?" (2017). Natural Sciences Poster Sessions. 135.