epinephrine

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Synonyms for epinephrine

a catecholamine secreted by the adrenal medulla in response to stress (trade name Adrenalin)

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Bresch is also responsible for raising the price of the EpiPen from $103 in 2009 to more than $600 in 2016.
It appears that Mylans misclassification of EpiPen under the Medicaid Drug Rebate Program was just the tip of the iceberg.
Kerry said: "The reason I wanted to do this is to raise awareness of something that is very close to me because of my mum having a severe allergy, which she would have to use an EpiPen if she were to have an allergic reaction.
Experts therefore advise that children or their guardians carry an epipen with them at all times.
Swanson and his fellow students invented an affordable EpiPen substitute through the university's Engineering Innovation in Health (EIH) program, a 4-year-old initiative that enables engineering students, faculty, and clinicians to partner and develop more economical alternatives to current healthcare needs.
Birmingham coroner Louise Hunt told the jury how the delay in giving him his EpiPen was central to how Ismaeel died.
Even EpiPens stored in less than ideal conditions may last longer than their labels say they do, and if there's no other option, an expired EpiPen may be better than nothing, Cantrell says.
The parents of a boy killed by an allergic reaction to his school dinner have hit out at staff after an inquest heard he may have survived if given his EpiPen as he lay dying on the floor.
The EpiPen is an automatic injection device (an "autoinjector") for administering epinephrine, which can be life-saving for someone who is going into anaphylactic shock as a result of a severe allergic reaction.
has implemented the decision of introducing the generic version of Epipen at half the price.
On the other end of the spectrum, Wells Fargo saw the largest drop in reputation score after last year's fake accounts scandal, while Mylan and Takata--who both made the most visible list for the first time--received especially low reputation scores due to Mylan's EpiPen pricing scandal and Takata's airbag problems (see next).
The EpiPen maker announced Tuesday the appointment of Daniel Gallagher as chief legal officer, effective April 17.
M2 EQUITYBITES-March 22, 2017-Mylan recalls EpiPen auto-injector in New Zealand
M2 PHARMA-March 22, 2017-Mylan recalls EpiPen auto-injector in New Zealand
In case you're wondering what it costs to make this drug, experts are quoted as stating that "one milligram of epinephrine, which is three times more than what's needed in an EpiPen, costs just a few bucks" and "the auto-injector is available for between $3 and $7.