Naloxone was designed to treat an opioid analgesic overdose in an emergency situation. The medication blocks or reverses the effects of opioid analgesics, which can include extreme drowsiness, slowed breathing or loss of consciousness. This webinar will detail how Naloxone works, its dosage forms and its use in workers’ compensation, including an overview of the various rules and regulations addressing the medications availability and use.
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This course was previously presented on July 28, 2016. If you attended the course on that date and received continuing education credits from the CEU Institute, you cannot submit for the same credits for this offering.
This course has been approved for for 1.0 hour of pre-approved Adjuster (AK, AL, CA, DE, FL, GA, ID, IN, KY, LA, MN, MS, NH, OK, OR, TX, UT, WY); Certified Case Manager (CCM); National Nurse; Certification of Disability Management Specialists (CDMS); Commission on Rehabilitation Counselor (CRC); and Certified Medicare Secondary Payer (CMSP) for CE accreditation. For states that do not require prior approval, the adjuster will need to submit their attendance certificate to the appropriate state agency to determine if CE credits can be applied.This course is not approved for the following credit types: Adjuster credits in North Carolina and Washington.
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