New Epi Injector?

Have you heard that there's talk of a new method of injecting epinephrine to combat an allergic reaction? The long tubular injectors may be replaced with a device that resembles more of a card.

While I'd personally like to see no need for any type of epinephrine injector, a smaller unit that is easy to conceal would be better- especially for tweens and teens who need to carry their medication.

Stay tuned for more information.


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Unknown said...

Are you referring to the Epicard? It does sounds very interesting, doesn't it? That does indeed sound much more discreet than current injectors and I imagine you are 100% right about it being especially useful for teens and tweens.

Jana said...

Have you seen the website for Intelliject? There's a photo and video of it:

Unknown said...

Hi Jana- I did go to the website.

Then I saw the notice "Members of the public, patients and healthcare professionals should not enter this website."

I closed my eyes. I closed the site. I hoped the Internet Police wouldn't come knocking.

After the holidays I'll try to reach the founders (who are brothers with food allergy issues) to get information that can be shared.

Happy Holidays!

Anonymous said...

In the meantime, Allergy Essentials USA has great EpiPen holders that are very discreet. They are worn on a person's leg, under pants or jeans. They are at: