What are the signs and symptoms of an opioid overdose?

Signs and symptoms of opioid overdose include:

▪ Unresponsive to shouting or pain stimulation

▪ Unconsciousness

▪ Slow and shallow breathing or NOT breathing

▪ Pale, clammy skin, loss of color

▪ Blue, purple, or gray face, especially around lips and fingernails

▪ Faint or NO pulse

▪ Extremely small “pinpoint” pupils