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How naloxone can reverse an overdose, with guest Ross Sullivan, MD, on Upstate's The Informed Patient podcast

Toxicologist explains how it helps combat opioid epidemic

What can you do to help someone that you suspect has overdosed? Ross Sullivan, MD, director of medical toxicology at Upstate, explains how to use naloxone, a medication that can reverse an opioid overdose. A nasal spray version of naloxone has been recommended for over-the-counter use by a Food and Drug Administration panel. Sullivan is also an assistant professor of emergency medicine at Upstate.