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a hypodermic syringe to use in injecting yourself with a liquid

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The recently FDA-approved Evzio autoinjector prefilled with naloxone solution, administered IM or subcutaneously, has a faster onset with a predictable effect and no risk of a needlestick.
Even children with food allergies should be taught at a young age on how to use an epinephrine autoinjector device which should be kept with the school nurse.
As in RUTHERFORD-2, the evolocumab group was randomized to 140 mg biweekly by autoinjector or to monthly treatment at 420 mg.
A warfighter can therefore use the autoinjector to sequentially deliver atropine and 2-PAM through a single needle.
I have learned, however, that I can't use the autoinjector and rotate injection sites as recommended in the product literature.
Because I had a history of anaphylaxis to bee venom, I had a prescription filled for an epinephrine autoinjector.
We present a case series of 28 exposures to epinephrine via autoinjector.
The company has also introduced the InfinityPlus premier NRM spectrometer for solid-state applications and the CP-8410 AutoInjector.
Rebif[R] is given by subcutaneous injection and can be self-administered, with the option of an autoinjector (Rebiject[TM] mini) (Fig 2).
ulrich medical's autoinjector device technology guarantees economical injections and rapid examinations
Tenders are invited for Gas Chromatography, Autoinjector, Tray, Etc.
8, 2015 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Epinephrine autoinjectors can be life-saving for patients experiencing anaphylaxis -- a life-threatening emergency -- but a new case series published online Tuesday in Annals of Emergency Medicine identifies design features of EpiPens, the most commonly used autoinjector, that appear to be contributing to injuries in children (" Lacerations and Embedded Needles Caused by Epinephrine Autoinjector Use in Children").
By introducing the first MS autoinjector with Bluetooth capabilities, Bayer is helping patients who use Betaferon with a true innovation to gather in real time important information on their MS treatment and, if they choose, to seamlessly share the data with their healthcare providers.
EpiPen, a commercially available epinephrine autoinjector, is fairly easy for patients to use, although Dr.
Food and Drug Administration (FDA) approved BETACONNECT, the first and only electronic autoinjector in the treatment of relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis (RRMS).