M-9, r. 2.1 - Regulation respecting the professional activities that may be engaged in within the framework of pre-hospital emergency services and care

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3. In the absence of a first responder or ambulance technician, any person may
(1)  administer adrenalin with an auto-injector device in the case of a severe anaphylactic allergic reaction; and
(2)  administer naloxone intranasally or intramuscularly to a person experiencing respiratory depression and significant alteration of consciousness caused by the administration of opioids.
O.C. 26-2012, s. 3; O.C. 164-2013, s. 2; 923-2017O.C. 923-2017, s. 1.
3. In the absence of a first responder or ambulance technician, any person may administer adrenalin with an auto-injection device to a person in the case of an acute anaphylactic allergic reaction.
O.C. 26-2012, s. 3; O.C. 164-2013, s. 2.
3. In the absence of a first responder or an ambulance technician, any person having received training in the administration of adrenalin approved by the regional or national medical director of pre-hospital emergency services may administer adrenalin with an auto-injector device to a person in the case of a severe anaphylactic allergic reaction.
O.C. 26-2012, s. 3.