Table 3

Casualties who received naloxone

Opioids prior to naloxoneTypeMechanism of injuryInjuries
R110 mg morphine intravenousCoalition militaryExplosive, mineScalp laceration and laceration to left forearm
R110 mg morphine intravenousLocal civilianExplosive, IEDTraumatic amputation right foot
Bilateral femoral fractures
Pelvic fracture
Traumatic amputation right hand
R120 mg morphine intramuscular
14 mg morphine intravenous
UK militaryExplosive, IEDTraumatic amputation left below knee
Penile laceration
Calcaneal fracture right
R1100 mcg fentanyl intravenousLocal civilianMVCTemporal fracture + extradural haematoma
Pelvic fracture
Blast lung
R1Coalition militaryGSWFemoral artery and vein laceration
R1Coalition militaryMVCRight tibial plateau fracture
Neck laceration
R35 mg morphine intravenousLocal civilianExplosive, mortarLung contusion and open wounds to left chest wall
R3Coalition militaryMVCLeft humeral fracture
Pelvic fracture
Bilateral tibial fractures with vascular injury
R310 mg morphine intravenousUK militaryCrushCrush injuries left forearm + compartment syndrome
R310 mg morphine intravenous
25 mcg fentanyl intravenous
Local civilianExplosive, IEDLeft open tib-fib fracture
Right closed tib-fib fracture
Calcaneal fracture
R3Local civilianMVCLeft humerus fracture
Fractures T12-L4
R3UnclearLocal civilianMVCDistal radius fracture
Left haemothorax
Pelvic fracture
Splenic laceration
R372 mg morphine intravenousUK militaryBurnBurns right hand partial and full thickness
R3UnclearCoalition militaryExplosive, IEDPenetrating neck wound
  • GSW, gunshot wound; IED, improvised explosive device; MVC, motor vehicle collision; R1, Role 1; R3, Role 3; tib-fib, tibia and fibula.