This trainer, made by the same company that makes the EpiPen ® and EpiPen Jr. ® delivery devices, does not contain a needle and cannot be used in an emergency situation. Maximize training dollars! With this re-usable trainer, responders gain confidence in its use and will be able to deliver this life-saving treatment quickly and confidently. The trainer enhances the learning experience both in its design, by mimicking the steps necessary when using the actual auto-injector, and in its behavior with an audible ‘click’, confirming that the device was pressed firmly enough against the patient to activate.
Knowing how to use an EpiPen is important. Doctors are seeing more and more children with allergies, especially food allergies. Due to the unpredictable nature of allergic reactions, epinephrine auto-injectors (EpiPens) are prescribed. EpiPens deliver medicine quickly and effectively. No child has ever had serious problems from a standard dose of epinephrine when using an EpiPen. Times when you need to use an EpiPen can be stressful. To calmly react to an allergic reaction, know when and how to use an EpiPen, understand symptoms of allergic reactions and have an action plan in place. To learn more about allergies and EpiPens, visit: http://bit.ly/SxCtmD For more information Nationwide Children's Hospital's allergy clinic, visit: http://bit.ly/Y1qSi3
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