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Fentanyl: A Growing Domestic Threat to Society

In this video, we will take an in-depth look at the Fentanyl epidemic in the US including the emergence of the 'designer' versions of the drug with increased lethality for anyone coming into contact with it. You will be able to Identify the dangers posed by the drug Fentanyl, the multiple variants of synthetic opioids and the lethal characteristics. Identify the necessary protective measures to prevent accidental exposure. Identify signs of an opioid overdoes

Fentanyl: A Growing Domestic Threat to Society

Fentanyl is a Schedule II Synthetic Opioid originally developed to serve as both an analgesic (painkiller) and an anesthetic; however, its strong opioid properties have made it an attractive drug of abuse in the United States….


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