Use of epinephrine
in the treatment of anaphylaxis.
is a form of adrenaline and is an effective treatment for an anaphylactic reaction.
(also known as adrenaline) increases the heart rate, constricts blood vessels, and opens the airways--a reaction often called the "fight or flight" response.
According to guidelines issued by the Joint Council of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology, all patients treated for anaphylaxis should receive a prescription for subcutaneous epinephrine
and a referral to an allergist.
And only three were carrying emergency self-injectable epinephrine
5 to 33 pounds) in order to maximize the potential for a safe administration of epinephrine
1 mg-dose epinephrine
auto-injector has a shorter needle length and lower dose of epinephrine
than current US FDA approved 0.
today announced its EpiPen4Schools program has surpassed the one millionth epinephrine
auto-injector donation through the program and that presented data at the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology (ACAAI) 2017 Annual Scientific Meeting demonstrates the impact of and continued need for the program in U.
is the primary drug administered during cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR) to reverse cardiac arrest.
And, the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) is currently considering a new commercial version of an Epinephrine
Many respondents didn't know the correct injection site for epinephrine
CVS PHARMACY is currently selling a generic epinephrine
autoinjector for a price of $109.
Standard of care required prompt intervention with epinephrine
and/ or emergency cesarean delivery.
Millions of Americans rely on epinephrine
to save them when severe allergies strike, and a recent price hike by the Mylan pharmaceutical company worried - and angered - the many patients at the mercy of the cost of EpiPens.
is the main sympathomimetic agent released by the adrenal gland.