Naloxone on a Plane

GetWaivered is Preventing Opiate deaths

Kits, Training, Instructions for the Air

Why

  • The Association of Flight Attendants has called on the FAA To respond to Opioid Overdoses
  • GetWaivered.com and Massachusetts General Hospital Staff Physicians areĀ  here to help
  • helping airlines staff the air with Narcan Kits, instructions for us, and digital and personal training.

 

Naloxone is Safe, Effective, and Easy to use

  • Naloxone is a lifesaving medication used for more than 40 years as an emergency treatment to rapidly reverse the life-threatening effects of opioid overdose
  • Naloxone nasal spray can be readily administered by staff when needed in an opiate overdose on flights
  • There is no assembly required, no needles that cause harm to staff members, and requires minimal training of staff for usage.
  • A single dose may revive someone for 30-45 minutes in order to gain time until the user finds care in an emergency department

How We Can Help

Implementation Materials & Guides
Training
Outcomes Research