The lifesaving EpiPen
If allergic to bee stings, your first defence against bee or wasp stings is an emergency epinephrine autoinjector (EpiPen, Auvi-Q, or another), as prescribed by a doctor.
This device is a combined syringe and concealed needle that injects a single dose of medication when pressed against your thigh.
Because you never know when you will face a potentially deadly encounter with these little insects, it is vital that you always have your prescribed autoinjector with you. Always be sure to replace epinephrine at its expiry date. It is vital that not only you, but the people who are close to you, know exactly how to use an autoinjector in cases of an emergency. Consider wearing an alert bracelet that identifies your allergy.
Instructions for using an EpiPen
The EpiPen auto-injector is a disposable, pre-filled automatic injection device that administers epinephrine in the event of a severe allergic reaction.
You don’t have to waste time to remove your trousers as it can be injected through clothing.
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