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Introducing Our New Anatomy
of an Opioid Abuser 3-D Display

Opioid painkillers are among the most prominent drugs of abuse today—as well as the most deadly. With an ever-increasing toll of death and misery created by opioid addiction and abuse, the need for drug education has never been greater.

As part of our long-standing commitment to providing the best drug education materials available, Health Edco is proud to debut our NEWAnatomy of an Opioid Abuser 3-D Display, which sends a clear message that abusing opioids has dangerous and potentially deadly consequences.

Featuring painted 3-D models, hard-hitting graphics, and easy-to-read text, our new, high-quality, framed display demands audience attention. By focusing on different organs throughout the body, the display highlights how abusing opioids—including opioid pain medications and the illegal drug heroin—can cause systemic bodily harm and even lead to death after a single lethal dose.

Our New Anatomy of an Opioid Abuser 3-D Display

Painted 3-D models and attention-grabbing graphics reveal how opioids affect multiple parts of the body, including the:

  • Brain

  • Lungs

  • Heart

  • Liver

  • Stomach

  • Intestines

  • Blood Vessels

  • Bones

Simple text explains how opioid abuse can lead to potentially fatal respiratory depression and reduction in heart rate and blood pressure. Descriptive text also highlights other possible consequences of opioid abuse, including liver damage, infections of the heart and blood vessels, intense bone pain, severe constipation, and more.

The display includes a built-in stand, facilitating viewing on any tabletop for immediate instruction and health education on the go.

Side View of Our Anatomy
of an Opioid Abuser 3-D Display

A great resource for public health initiatives, health classes, drug education lessons, health fairs, and more, our new Anatomy of an Opioid Abuser 3-D Display is a great companion to our Effects & Hazards of Opioids Folding Display as well as our many other drug education products that raise awareness about the dangers of opioids and other drugs of abuse.