Naloxone not enough to address opioid crisis says Sudbury addictions nurse
Stankiewicz, community partners in Sudbury are working on an opioid drug strategy.
However, naloxone is a temporary fix to the opioid crisis, says Allan Malek with the Ontario Pharmacy Association.
Other unknown substances out thereSudbury public health nurse Brenda Stankiewicz agrees that education, awareness and prevention are needed to address the drug crisis.
When someone overdoses, naloxone is used in a way similar to an Epi-pen used on someone having a severe allergic reaction.
“It’s a tough world for people who are using substances right now.
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