autoinjector


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Noun1.autoinjector - a hypodermic syringe to use in injecting yourself with a liquidautoinjector - a hypodermic syringe to use in injecting yourself with a liquid; "United States troops now carry atropine and autoinjectors in their first-aid kits to use in case of organophosphate nerve agent poisoning"
hypodermic, hypodermic syringe, hypo - a piston syringe that is fitted with a hypodermic needle for giving injections
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autoinjector

n autoinyector m; epinephrine — autoinyector de epinefrina
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Juliet requires to have an epinephrine autoinjector - commonly known as an Epipen - with her at all times in case she is exposed to peanuts.
- Global Epinephrine Autoinjector market: Percentage Breakdown of Volume Sales by Leading Players for the Year 2019E
Health officials said pharmacies should be giving out even more naloxone that can be injected by a syringe or an autoinjector, or given intravenously.
Subsequent investment doubled pre-filled syringe (PFS), autoinjector and pen assembly and increased cold storage capacity at the site as part of the companys drive to meet growing demand from the injectable device and biologics markets.
The prefilled Vyleesi autoinjector pen is self-administered into a woman's abdomen or thigh at least 45 minutes before anticipated sexual activity and can be taken at any time of day.
The Vyleesi autoinjector is the first treatment for this patient population that can be self-administered as needed in anticipation of sexual activity.
GlaxoSmithKline (LSE/NYSE: GSK) today announced that the US Food and Drug Administration (FDA) has approved two new methods for administering Nucala (mepolizumab), an autoinjector and a pre-filled safety syringe, for patients or caregivers to administer once every four weeks, after a healthcare professional decides it is appropriate.
The FTSE 100 pharma company said the FDA approved Nucala both as an autoinjector and a pre-filled safety syringe, for patients or caregivers to administer once every four weeks.
It is self-administered once monthly via the SureClick[R] autoinjector, does not require a loading dose and is easy to use.1
Schreiner MediPharm in cooperation with Ypsomed, has developed an NFC-Label that is applied to the YpsoMate autoinjector. Stored information about the medication is transmitted to its electronic add-on --the SmartPilot, and is recorded via the autoinjector and logged by the SmartPilot.
Schreiner MediPharm, global provider of specialty pharmaceutical labeling solutions for over 65 years, in cooperation with Swiss-based Ypsomed, has developed an NFC-Label that is applied to the YpsoMate[R] autoinjector.