Question: After the recent introduction of Narcan for PCPs, I’m still a little confused about the role of Narcan in an arrest. The 2010 AHA Guidelines state there is no role for Naloxone in cardiac arrest but the 2015 Guidelines are less prohibitive, leaving some room for interpretation. I understand that where there is question whether the patient is pulseless or not, there is a role for naloxone in the setting of presumed opioid overdose but what is the direction of base hospital for the use of naloxone where there is definite absence of vital signs in the setting of a PCP-only arrest. Is it the expectation of the base hospital that PCPs attempt to administer naloxone at some point during that call? If so, when during the cardiac arrest protocol? On scene or en route to hospital?