REPORT: Madonna Had to Be ‘Brought Back from the Dead’ with Narcan Injection

Madonna had to be ‘brought back from the dead’ with a Narcan injection, according to Radar Online.

Pop icon Madonna was rushed to New York City hospital on Saturday after being found unresponsive at her residence, Page Six reported.

“On Saturday, June 24, Madonna developed a serious bacterial infection which lead to a several-day stay in the ICU,” according to the post.

“Her health is improving, however, she is still under medical care. A full recovery is expected.”

According to Radar Online, Madonna was found unresponsive by her assistant on June 24.

Madonna was promptly given a Narcan injection.

Radar Online reported:

Madonna’s brush with death was far worse than anyone knows, has exclusively been told.

When the Queen of Pop was found unresponsive on June 24, those who discovered her lifeless body were forced to administer a NARCAN injection, sources said.

NARCAN is an emergency medical treatment commonly used to reverse the life-threatening effects of a suspected overdose. But it is also used to reverse acute septic shock in patients — a condition Madonna is said to have suffered.

The injection, commonly held in medical treatment kits of the rich and famous, is considered useful to increase blood pressure in the management of septic shock, a life-threatening condition that happens when blood pressure drops to a dangerously low level.

There is nothing at all to suggest the hitmaker needed NARCAN for the ill effects of any drug use.

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