EpiPen

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Ep·i·Pen

 (ĕp′ĭ-pĕn′)
A trademark for a device that injects epinephrine intramuscularly in the treatment of anaphylactic shock.
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He recovered after treatment and his survival was put down to his family's quick application of an epi-pen, used in case he suffered a reaction.
What to do: If you carry an epi-pen use it immediately and call 999.
This setup might remove the need for an epi-pen," Lee said.
They know how to spell words like physio, seizures and epi-pen because they say it so often.
This came after the passing of Annie LeGere, a 13-year-old beautiful young lady whose life might have been saved had the Elmhurst Police Officer had an Epi-pen. I helped author the legislation including the clean up bill in 2018 that paved the way for the ability for every municipal, county, and state law enforcement agency to now carry Epi.
Subtlety isn't invited to the party and The Festival would rather go big than go home with its contrived set-pieces including a striptease for a hen party and a medical emergency involving an epi-pen.
"Due to films such as Pulp Fiction and Horrible Bosses the majority of people in the UK think that you should administer the EpiPen into the heart when in fact, you administer the Epi-Pen in the side of the leg.
This stated that he had to remain where he was when a reaction occurred, that he should not be moved and that his antihistamines and Epi-Pen should be brought to him.
As a precaution, remember to ask students if any of them have any allergies that may require an Epi-Pen [R] or inhaler.
That price compares with $649.99 for Mylan Inc.'s EpiPen and $399.99 for the authorized generic for Epi-Pen.