Dr. Wally Davies, medical director of AnMed Health’s emergency services, holds a 1 millimeter dose of naloxone hydrochloride, a drug used for reversing some overdoses. The drug is often known by the brand name Narcan.
Dr. Wally Davies, medical director of AnMed Health’s emergency services, holds a 1 millimeter dose of naloxone hydrochloride, a drug used for reversing some overdoses. The drug is often known by the brand name Narcan. (Anderson) Independent Mail Ken Ruinard
Dr. Wally Davies, medical director of AnMed Health’s emergency services, holds a 1 millimeter dose of naloxone hydrochloride, a drug used for reversing some overdoses. The drug is often known by the brand name Narcan. (Anderson) Independent Mail Ken Ruinard

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