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Posted by: spacecanada
« on: July 02, 2015, 06:22:18 PM »

I didn't read through all of this.
I did, with quite a bit of eye rolling and frustration at their outdated information, for one. I'm not sure a device that needs replacing pods every thee months will be economical.  There are other issues I have with its design too - or perhaps just the article.  Don't want to get off topic here, so I'll stop at that. 
Posted by: LinksEtc
« on: June 30, 2015, 05:24:55 PM »

I didn't read through all of this.

Tweeted by @theallergydoc

The EpiBracelet is an auto-injector that is designed for portability, ease of use, and safety.

Posted by: LinksEtc
« on: September 25, 2014, 11:24:35 PM »

Posted by: LinksEtc
« on: June 04, 2014, 08:59:40 AM »

Tweeted by @AllergieVoeding

The European Medicines Agency will now review the available data on the delivery of adrenaline from auto-injectors and on whether the product information contains clear and detailed instructions for appropriate use, and issue an opinion on the marketing authorisations of these medicines across the European Union (EU).

Posted by: LinksEtc
« on: March 27, 2014, 03:19:27 PM »

"Do epinephrine auto-injectors have an unsuitable needle length for young children?"

Based on this study, there are a significant number of children under 15kg at risk of receiving an epinephrine auto-injector into the bone. Because of this risk, epinephrine auto-injectors should be prescribed with caution in this population.

Article tweeted by A Russell BSN RN AEC