Sneaky Midsole Pen - Trainer Sneaker Touch Up Marker Paint Pen

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Sneaky Midsole Pen - Trainer Sneaker Touch Up Marker Paint Pen

Sneaky Midsole Pen - Trainer Sneaker Touch Up Marker Paint Pen

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Results from manufacturer testing of Emerade auto-injectors recalled from patients in Europe indicate that approximately 13% of pens need higher than normal force to activate, implying a higher risk of activation failure than was previously understood. This applies to all strengths of Emerade.

Key message: Training is important as each AAI is given differently, so it is important that you are shown how to use your AAI device. Having a trainer device is a useful tool for practicing how to use your AAI and to teach others how to use it, as this varies from brand to brand. that they should always carry 2 in-date auto-injectors with them at all times in case they need to administer a second dose of adrenaline before the arrival of the emergency services;There are two types of AAIs available in the UK, these are called Epi-Pen and Jext. They both contain the same type of medication called ‘adrenaline’ (also referred to as ‘epinephrine’) which is given by injection, into the outer midthigh muscle. AAIs are prescription only medicines, and need to be prescribed by a healthcare professional –usually your GP or allergy specialist. The dose of adrenaline required is dependent on the age and weight of the person requiring the AAI device, and will be prescribed by the doctor. It is important that AAIs prescribed for children are reviewed as they get older and increase in weight to ensure they have the correct dose. Each AAI device will differ in appearance and the availability of the dose/strength available in that particular brand.

The recall of Emerade 300 microgram auto-injectors from patients follows a previous recall of Emerade 150 microgram auto-injectors from patients. See more information in the previous alert. Class 2 Medicines Recall: Emerade 150 micrograms solution for injection in pre-filled syringe, PL 33616/0013 (EL(20)A/14) inform patients to return Emerade 300 microgram auto-injectors to the pharmacy, when they have obtained two adrenaline auto-injectors in a different brand; Patients with Emerade 150 microgram auto-injectors should be provided with the supplementary letter and information (see Patient Letter – Advice for patients with an Emerade 150 microgram auto-injector) For more information on the use of adrenaline auto-injectors in schools, see Auto Injectors in Schools - More information can be found in Class 2 Medicines Recall: Emerade 300 micrograms solution for injection in pre-filled syringe, PL 33616/0014 (EL(20)A/20). Information on Emerade 500 microgram auto-injectors

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When a prescription is needed for replacement pens, where possible, telephone appointments should be considered, based on the current UK Government guidelines for social distancing in relation to Coronavirus (COVID-19). Patients should be informed to follow the advice of their local GP practice/hospital and only attend where they are instructed to do so. See further information on COVID-19. call an ambulance (999) immediately after giving the injection and say this is an emergency case of anaphylaxis; EpiPen ®Jr(adrenaline)Auto-Injector0.15mgSummaryofProductCharacteristics.Availableat: https://www.medicines.org.uk/



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