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Maybe as of four or three years ago, they would’ve been discharged with a box of Narcan or naloxone so that if they were exposed to another overdose, somebody could use that on them, or they could use it on a friend or a colleague.
Buprenorphine is most commonly administered in a name-brand drug called Suboxone, which also contains naloxone.
The second is naloxone, the antagonist, meaning that it stops the action of other opiates, like heroin.This Anti-Heroin Drug Is Now King of the Jailhouse Drug Trade|Daniel Genis|July 17, 2014|DAILY BEAST
This can include making anti-addiction drug buprenorphine available to them, as well as anti-overdose medication naloxone.
In other circumstances, naloxone (also known as Narcan) might work.
Other laws have been put in place to allow for prescription of a take-home “antidote” called naloxone to known users.
One such drug is naloxone, which can be used to reverse any type of opiate overdose (heroin is an opiate).