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You are called onto scene to find a 24-year-old man laying on the ground surrounded by several syringes scattered around him. He has obvious sings of dyspnea and wheezing. Upon further examination, his vitals are as follows HR:110 bpm, irregular, BP: 144/92, SpO2: 78%, and is diaphoretic and pale. When auscultating the lungs, you hear distress rales more distinguishably in the right and observe that he has a respiratory rate of 24. Patient has a history of heroin abuse, but no other past pertinent medical history.