OVER THE COUNTER
Opioid Overdose Prevention & Alert System**
- Provides real-time monitoring to identify the risk of accidental overdose — slowed or stopped breathing
- Provides visual and audible alarms at the signs of accidental opioid overdose
- Sends escalating alerts to your loved ones and their designated emergency contacts, followed by a wellness call that may lead to EMS being dispatched
- Powered by Masimo SET® pulse oximetry—trusted by 9 of the top 10 U.S. hospitals1
Provides critical monitoring so you can get help
Those taking prescription opioids
Those taking opioids for non-medical reasons
Those already using naloxone
Know when to take action.
Monitoring Is Active
Alert 1: Caution
Notifies via Masimo Halo App and Home Medical Hub
Alert 2: Warning
Detects Increased Risk
Notifies you and other designated emergency contacts via text message
Alert 3: Emergency
Detects Dangerous Risk
Triggers an automated wellness call that may lead to EMS being dispatched
Indicated for use on individuals aged 15 and up.
- 1 Masimo SET® is the primary pulse oximetry at 9 of 10 top U.S. hospitals as ranked in the 2022-23 U.S. News and World Report Best Hospitals Honor Roll, available at: https://health.usnews.com/health-care/best-hospitals/articles/best-hospitals-honorroll- and-overview.
- 2 Peterson C et al. Am J Prev Med. 2019;56(6):875-81.
- 3 Williams AR et al. Am J Drug Alcohol Abuse. 2019;45(1):1-10.
- 4 Lifesaving Naloxone. CDC.
- * It is strongly recommended that naloxone be used with supervision. Be sure that anyone providing supervision is aware of the signs of opioid overdose and understands how to help.
- ** Opioid Halo continuously monitors certain physiological parameters that are indicative of opioid-induced respiratory depression – a sign of opioid overdose – in order to alert users and their emergency contacts so that action can be taken to avoid adverse consequences of an overdose.