It's not that I find Twinject itself confusing, it's just that I don't want a school nurse to have to think too much. They Re very familiar with the epipen design already, so that's what I want them to have available. I want it to be as close to automatic as possible.
Just curious, are all defibrillators the same, or do they have different designs?
Exactly GN. We haven't used the twinject, but if we did, I'd still have regular epis for school and anyone but our family. Just like when we move the Auvi, we'll have one (or two?) for DS--maybe one for DH. But I'll still carry regular epis in my purse, and we'll keep regular epis everywhere else.
I am assuming this will make the most sense expense-wise, but also everyone is already trained with teh regular epi. I had a school nurse mess up during an anaphylactic reaction with a regular epipen
--the new one, which has a bit of resistance to it. No way would I give the twinject to her (this was in middle school).
BUT--I am upset that twinject is being discontinued, because many families really count on this option. :/