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What is a drug overdose?
A drug overdose occurs when a person takes too much of a substance - it could be a prescription drug, an over-the-counter drug, or an illicit street drug. Drug overdoses may be accidental or incidental. An overdose can lead to serious complications, including death.
What are symptoms of a drug overdose?
What should I do if I suspect someone has overdosed?
CALL 911 - a drug overdose is a medical emergency
Q: What drug contributes to the most fatal overdoses in Oklahoma?
A: Methamphetamine contributes to the most fatal overdoses in Oklahoma. In 2019, Methamphetamine contributed to 478 fatal overdoses.
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