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Question 1 of 1

What is an opioid?

  1. Drugs with effects similar to morphine when they reach receptor sites.
  2. Drugs that are morphine derivatives.
  3. Poppy Plants.
  4. Heroin based molecules.

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What's an opioid overdose?

  1. Central nervous system depression.
  2. Passing out.
  3. Suffocating.
  4. Dying.

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What is Naloxone/Narcan?

  1. Chemical antagonist that reverses overdose at the receptor site by forcibly removing opioid molecules and sitting in the receptor site acting as a temporary force field.
  2. A powerful drug that erases opioid molecules.
  3. An opioid 100x more powerful than heroin.
  4. Blocks a person from getting high.

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What are 6 signs of opioid overdose?

  1. Constricted pupils, sweating, cool/blue/pale skin, slow breathing, slow heart rate, nodding out.
  2. Constricted pupils, sweating, flushed skin, slow breathing, slow heart rate, nodding out.
  3. Constricted pupils, sweating, cool/blue/pale skin, fast breathing, fast heart rate, nodding out.
  4. Constricted pupils, sweating, flush skin, rapid breathing, slow heart rate, yelling.

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When responding to opioid overdose you should always call?

  1. 911.
  2. Home.
  3. For another person.
  4. Your dog.

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When you check for breathing you should.....

  1. Look and listen, look for chest rise and fall, listen for air moving in and out or rough breathing.
  2. Lay the person on their stomach.
  3. Put your hand on their chest and feel for a pulse.
  4. Skip this step its not important.

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If I don't notice the naloxone working when should I give the second dose?

  1. 3 minutes.
  2. 1 minutes.
  3. 4 minutes.
  4. 2 minutes.

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If someone is unconscious and not breathing but has a pulse you should?

  1. Rescue Breathe
  2. Start CPR
  3. Walk away
  4. Panic

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Give one rescue breath every _____ seconds.

  1. 5
  2. 6
  3. 8
  4. 7

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After someone overdoses make sure they?

  1. Go to the hospital. The Naloxone may wear off and they will go back into overdose.
  2. Stay home.
  3. Take a cold shower and eat.
  4. Drink lots of caffeine.

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Naloxone wears off in?

  1. 30 to 90 minutes`
  2. 20 minutes
  3. 60 to 120 minutes
  4. 60 to 90 minutes

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Naloxone has no ______ If you accidently give it to someone not overdosing on opioids.

  1. Life threatening side effects.
  2. Bad parts.
  3. Life altering effects.
  4. positive effects.

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Your safety always comes?

  1. First.
  2. After the patients.
  3. 2nd.
  4. Safety is irrelevant, risk a lot to save a lot.

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Naloxone does not cause aggression, but people may become aggressive once revived, remember to always....

  1. Keep yourself safe, leave the scene if someone becomes aggressive.
  2. Spartan Kick the enemy.
  3. Use a calming voice.
  4. Tie them up before they wake up.

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When we put someone in the rescue position we lay them on which side?

  1. The left side.
  2. The right side.
  3. Their back.
  4. Their stomach.

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