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“The failure… to administer epinephrine
promptly increases the risk of a fatal outcome.”
N Engl J Med 1992 Aug 6; 327(6):380-4
The “sooner these reactions can be
treated with epinephrine, the more likely you are to have a good outcome,”
Dr Hugh Sampson, Director and Division Chief, Pediatric Allergy and Immunology, Jaffe Food Allergy Institute, Mt. Sinai School of Medicine, NY
“There are three major risk factors for
fatal anaphylaxis… Delay in the administration of epinephrine…this one is
under our control.”
Robert A. Wood, MD, Associate Professor of Pediatrics, John Hopkins University School of Medicine, Baltimore, MD
“Treatment (epinephrine) should be immediately available for these emergency situations.” American Academy of Allergy Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI) Position Statement, www.aaaai.org
“Access is the key with Epi-Ready.
During a life-threatening allergic reaction you want to be able to get to
the emergency epinephrine fast. Epi-Ready makes that much easier.”
Ann Farrell, RN, MS, M.Ed., Assistant Director of the School Health Institute, Northeastern University
Epi-Ready is only $34.99
Shipping is $4.99* per unit in the continental United States
A wall mounted storage unit for auto-injectable epinephrine. Knowing where it is, when you need it, can provide valuable seconds and save a life.
The unit fits both Epipen and Adrenaclick. Auto-injectors not included.
Epi-Readymakes a great gift for a loved one, a school, or a friend. Consider buying one for your local school or place of work.
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You have an older version of Epi-Ready and you'd like to update it to hold the newest version of the EpiPen, this adaptor is exactly what you need.
“The Epi-Ready is an excellent
way to increase life-threatening allergy awareness as well as providing a
specific location for life-saving epinephrine in the event of an emergency.
I highly recommend it as a companion product for anyone prescribed emergency
Frank J. Twarog, MD, PhD, Clinical Professor, Harvard Medical School
“When everyone knows where the
(emergency epinephrine) is and how to use it, they act appropriately in an
emergency. The Epi-Ready is a great idea, especially for homes.”
Judi Zimmerman, MSN, RN,18 year California School Nurse
“During an emergency, Epi-Ready would
help someone find the epinephrine quickly. The nurse’s office, cafeteria,
and each classroom would be ideal locations.”
Judi McAuliffe, RN 29 year Massachusetts School Nurse, Board Member Allergy and Asthma Foundation of America
“Epi-Ready made sense to me the minute
I saw it. Having emergency epinephrine in a uniform, readily accessible
location can only help in the event of a life-threatening allergic
Kathy Hassey, BA, BSN, M.Ed., President, Massachusetts School Nurses Organization, Director of the School Health Institute, Northeastern University