...no more than 7.4% of overdose patients had received a prescription for naloxone following an overdose. That covers both the initial visit and any follow-up contacts the hospital required.
There’s no blood test, no scan to aid diagnosis. Knowing intellectually that one in ten will succumb is very little help; it has no practical value in terms of predicting an individual outcome.Read More
One sign of vulnerability: the place tended to be too busy or too slow.Read More