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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the survivalist needing to be treated with an EpiPen."
Mylan and Pfizer are still struggling with manufacturing issues for the EpiPen anti-allergy injector as the critical back-to-school season gets underway and a rival generic product hits the market.
The move, which brings blockbuster treatments Viagra and Lipitor under one umbrella with Mylan's EpiPen, is part of a years-long effort by Pfizer to split into three parts -- innovative medicines, lower margin off-patent drugs facing generic competition and consumer healthcare.
"'I have the Epinephrine injection (EpiPen) here,' he replied 'I will give it to her so she can have that cone - I will risk it if I want to.'
St Pancras coroners' court in North London heard staff at William Perkin CofE high school injected him with his EpiPen but it was 11 months out of date.
A paediatric consultant couldn't say whether a second epipen would have saved anEalingschoolboy who suffered a severe allergic reaction when cheese was thrown at him, an inquest has heard.
Dubai: A worldwide shortage of life-saving injection Epipen has also affected its availability in Dubai, pharmacists told Gulf News.
Teva is offering limited doses of the FDA approved generic version of Mylan's EpiPen (epinephrine injection) auto-injector 0.3 mg.
Always call 999 if you suspect someone is suffering from anaphylaxis - but while waiting for medics, an EpiPen could save a life.
Adrenaline auto injectors are sold under various brands, such as Emerade, Epipen and Jext in the UK.
Mylan, the company that owns the rights to the EpiPen, has confirmed it is now out of stock of EpiPen Junior, the version given to children.