T2000 Case chosen by the Cincinnati Police Department to protect Narcan medicine.
(PRWEB) May 16, 2016
S3 Cases is excited to announce that the City of Cincinnati recently placed an order for the T2000 case for use with their police department. The Cincinnati police department will be using the case to house the drug Narcan (Naloxone) while on patrol to treat heroin overdoses. Narcan immediately reverses the effect of all opiates, such as heroin, and can save the life of someone who has overdosed.
Heroin overdoses have spiked nationwide and more police departments are equipping their police officers and other first responders with Narcan instead of waiting for paramedics to arrive. Police are often the first to arrive at the scene, and experts say those early minutes can be the key to saving a life. Narcan immediately knocks the opioids out of the opioid receptors in the brain and is the safest option for anyone overdosing on heroin and prescription pills such as codeine, morphine, methadone, oxycodone, and Vicodin.
The hard sided cases that S3 offers are perfect to hold the materials needed and keep them protected until the moment they are required. The bright yellow case color that Cincinnati Police Department chose ensures that the case is easily visible and accessible in an emergency. Also, the latches on the S3 Case keep the case effectively sealed to protect the contents but is easily opened so that the drug can be quickly delivered to the patient.
S3 Cases is proud and honored to be chosen to protect such valuable and life-saving equipment for the Cincinnati Police Department.
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