Naloxone use variations, effectiveness and associated adverse effects at Sultan Qaboos University Hospital Emergency Department

      Background: Naloxone is an opioid receptor antagonist that is commonly used to reverse opioid overdose. It is recommended as low dose initially and repeated if needed as either bolus or as an infusion. Naloxone can result in adverse events ranging from withdrawal symptoms to adult respiratory distress syndrome especially with higher doses.
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