Question about whether or not to use Narcan in this situation: 911 call was made with a person stating their friend overdosed. Dispatcher tells EMS that there is an "unconscious" person on the scene. EMS arrived on the scene in a known drug area and see an unresponsive male on the ground with a syringe with needle and empty small plastic bag by him, the friend already left the scene. The man is apneic, flaccid, has pinpoint pupils, central cyanosis, and pulseless. CPR/ACLS is started, AED shows pulseless electrical activity with each reading. The man was intubated on the scene. Epinephrine is given 3 times, CPR is performed a total of 20 minutes then ROSC is achieved. The man is then transported to the hospital. Would your team give this person Narcan/Naloxone? If so, at what point would your team give the medication? Does the person being in pulseless electrical activity influence the decision?