Overdose Signs

Overdose Signs
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The impact of drug addiction is felt by everyone, not just the individual addicted. While America has around five percent of the world’s population, it consumes about eighty percent of the world’s supply of painkillers. This has led to drug overdoses taking over the leading cause of accidental death in the United States. Educating our youth is a critical preventative method to curbing the opioid epidemic and substance abuse in general.




Addiction

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Learn to spot the signs of an overdose | Steps to get help

Storyboard Text

  • OVERDOSE SIGNS
  • Ryan is passed out! I think he drank too much. 
  • What should we do?
  • GETTING HELP
  • You call 911. I'm going to stay here and watch him.
  • Okay. I'll be right back.
  • WHAT TO DO
  • uhh...
  • Ryan can you hear me? I'm going to roll you over.
  • Simon notices Ryan is showing signs of over-intoxication of alcohol. He sees Ryan is pale, unconscious, and vomiting.
  • Simon tells Khadajih to call 911. It's important no one leaves Ryan alone. Simon stays with Ryan.
  • Simon tries to wake him up. He also rolls Ryan on his side to avoid choking. Simon should check his breathing and pulse.
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