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EpiPen Adult - Expiry 11/23

EpiPen Adult - Expiry 11/23

This product is a Pharmacist-Only medicine or a medicine for which it is our policy to have a pharmacist approve the sale. To ensure this medication is best suited to your condition please answer the following questions. One of our Pharmacists will review your answers and may contact you to get further details to ensure this product is best suited for you.

EpiPen Adult - Expiry 11/23

PO - Pharmacist Medicine

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1. Who is this treatment for and how old are they?  *
2. What are you allergic to, and how severe is the reaction?  *
3. Have you used this product before? If yes, was it effective?  *
4. Do you have any other health conditions or allergies, including pregnancy/breastfeeding?  *
5. Has a Health Professional recommended that you use this product on this occasion? If not, has a doctor previously diagnosed this condition and are the symptoms the same as the previous diagnosis?  *
6. Is there any other information you feel we need to know? Do you have any other questions you would like answered?  *
7. Please write ' YES ' to confirm you have seen the expiry date for the Epipen on here.  *
8. Please enter your phone number and the best time to call you during working hours (8.30AM to 5.00PM) Monday to Friday.  *
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EpiPen Adult - Expiry 11/23
Due to Regulatory requirements, we are UNABLE to ship this product outside of New Zealand

EpiPen is only to be used for the immediate EMERGENCY TREATMENT of a SEVERE ALLERGIC REACTION (also known as ANAPHYLAXIS).
Your doctor or pharmacist will explain what this is like, so that you know when you must use EpiPen.

EpiPen is used to treat people who have a severe allergic reaction caused by, for example, hypersensitivity to:
• food
• medicines
• stinging insects
• insect bites
• latex or
• other allergens, possibly unidentified.

For more detailed information on how to use Epipen Adult - Click here to view the Medsafe Consumer Information Sheet

Accidental injection into the hands or feet may result in loss of blood flow to the affected area and should be avoided.
If there is an accidental injection into these areas, emergency treatment should be sought.The contents of the glass cartridge in the Auto-injector should be periodically checked to ensure that the solution is clear and colourless.
Auto-injectors should ONLY be injected into the side of the the thigh. Do NOT inject into the buttocks.
This medicine should not be used if you are allergic to one or any of its ingredients. Please inform your doctor or pharmacist if you have previously experienced such an allergy.If you feel you have experienced an allergic reaction, stop using this medicine and inform your doctor or pharmacist immediately.
This medicine should be used with caution during pregnancy, and only if the expected benefit to the mother is greater than any possible risk to the foetus. Seek medical advice from your doctor.
There is no information available regarding the safety of this medicine during breastfeeding. Seek medical advice from your doctor.

Extended Information:
Adrenaline is a naturally-occurring chemical that is released in response to stress. It binds to alpha and beta adrenergic receptors, which are found all over the body, especially on the heart, lungs and blood vessels.
When beta receptors are activated, they cause the heart to beat faster and more strongly, and increase the width of the airways in the lungs. There is also has a stimulating effect on the brain.
When adrenaline binds to alpha receptors this causes narrowing of blood vessels, which increases blood pressure. All of these actions prepare the body to cope with a stressful situation.
Adrenaline is the first line of treatment in life-threatening allergic reactions (anaphylaxis). In this situation the airways may narrow making it more difficult to breathe. One of the most important effects of adrenaline is to open up the airways to ease breathing.
A second important effect is the narrowing of blood vessels which prevents or reverses falls in blood pressure. Adrenaline is also responsible for relieving itching, redness and swelling associated with anaphylactic reactions.
As anaphylactic reactions (life-threatening allergic reactions) can develop within minutes of exposure to the trigger factor (which could be a bite or sting, food e.g. peanuts, drug or other substance) individuals who are at risk are sometimes advised to carry an automatic injection device. This can be used to give a dose of adrenaline immediately.
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