Each single-dose epinephrine auto-injector is designed to provide accurate delivery of epinephrine when it's needed most.
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Before you use your epinephrine auto-injector, make sure the medicine is ready when you need it. Look at it regularly, and if the medicine in the epinephrine auto-injector is cloudy, discolored, has particles in it, or if the expiration date has passed, the epinephrine auto-injector should be replaced.4 Follow the color-coded instructions on the device.
Do NOT remove GRAY caps until you are ready to use the epinephrine auto-injector.4
The following instructions should be followed for both epinephrine auto-injector 0.15 mg and epinephrine auto-injector 0.3 mg.4
Avoid injecting into buttock or any other part of your body.
Your epinephrine auto-injector is designed to contain more medicine (liquid) than what is delivered in a dose. After using the device, there will be extra liquid remaining in the auto-injector. This is a normal function of the auto-injector.4
These instructions for disposal are also contained in the Patient information leaflet and on this website in the section titled Disposal of epinephrine auto-injector.
NOTE: The epinephrine auto-injector is not waterproof, so if it is ever submerged in water or any other liquid, it cannot be used. If this occurs, obtain a replacement.
After using your epinephrine auto-injector, the remaining medicine in the epinephrine auto-injector cannot be further administered and should be discarded. Give your used epinephrine auto-injector to a healthcare worker for proper disposal. Do NOT throw away in a regular trash can.4
In the case of accidental injection, go immediately to the nearest emergency room.4
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For more information about epinephrine injection, USP auto-injector, ask your doctor or call 1-888-894-6528. Ask your doctor if epinephrine injection, USP auto-injector is right for you.
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