Opioid Overdose Prevention & Alert System*
Provides critical monitoring so you can get help**
Buy one, Give one
For every purchase of Opioid Halo™, one will be donated to the harm reduction effort.
- Monitors physiological marker data to identify the risk of opioid overdose which may cause slowed or stopped breathing
- Includes an advanced pattern recognition algorithm
- Provides visual and audible alarms when signs of opioid-induced respiratory depression are detected
- Sends escalating alerts to the person and their emergency contacts, followed by an automated wellness call that may lead to EMS being dispatched
- Powered by Masimo SET® pulse oximetry, which is trusted by 9 of the top 10 U.S. hospitals1
- No prescription required
- With our Buy One, Gift One promotion, for every Opioid Halo purchased, Masimo will gift an Opioid Halo to a grassroots organization who will donate the device to someone in need.
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30-DAY Return Policy
Taking prescription opioids
Opioids can be an effective way to manage pain. However, all opioids carry a sedative effect, so even taking a prescribed dose can cause breathing to slow or stop.2,3
Using opioids for non-medical purposes increases the risk of dangerous side effects.
Already using naloxone
Naloxone* is a potentially life-saving tool for overdose reversal, but it cannot be self-administered during a life-threatening emergency.4
Create a Halo of Protection
Get Everything You Need to Stay Alert
Opioid Halo includes:
Intuitive Mobile App
- Displays monitoring status and sends alerts to the Home Medical Hub and emergency contacts
Home Medical Hub
- Connects wirelessly to provide visual and audible alerts
- Collects data from the Masimo Sensor and sends data to the secure Opioid Halo Cloud
- Uses advanced pattern recognition algorithm to identify the risk of opioid overdose
Know When to Take Action to Prevent Accidental Overdose
First and only FDA-authorized device to alert you in the event of an opioid overdose
Selected for the U.S. FDA Opioid Innovation Challenge
Granted “breakthrough” device status
- 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-honor-roll-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. https://www.cdc.gov/stopoverdose/naloxone/index.html.
- * 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.
- ** 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.
- † Disposable. Each sensor lasts up to 96 hours in typical continuous usage.
- ‡ Emergency contacts must agree to receive alerts.