US Surgeon General gives first aid on Delta flight

US Surgeon General gives first aid on Delta flight

Adams was on a flight from Fort Lauderdale to Jackson, Mississippi, when the flight attendant asked if there was a doctor on board.

At Adams' request, two physicians showed the governor how naloxone is administered by injection or nasal mist.

A passenger had lost consciousness, the surgeon general's office said, and required medical assistance.

Adams was on a flight from Fort Lauderdale to Atlanta to catch a connecting flight to Mississippi's capital city.

It was not immediately clear what situation Adams was referring to and what happened on the flight.

Adams, who has served as surgeon general since September of a year ago, is an anesthesiologist, according to his official biography.

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The spokesperson said that the passenger regained consciousness, but Adams recommended the individual still be taken to a hospital.

He added, "Patient doing well and like a good #USPHS officer, I was glad to be able to assist!"

Adams was traveling to MS for public events Thursday. "Delta thanks the Surgeon General for volunteering his services in assisting this customer".

The airline also thanked Adams via social media.

An anesthesiologist, Adams was previously Indiana's health commissioner, and in recent years is best known for his response to an HIV outbreak that left 181 people infected in a rural in county.

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