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2/5/13 1:58 PM
Football Legend Jerome Bettis & Cookbook Guru Robin Miller Kick-off Auvi-Q™ Anaphylaxis Awareness Campaign- Bettis and Miller, Both at Risk for Anaphylaxis, Join Forces with Sanofi US to Introduce Auvi-Q (Epinephrine...
2/28/14 11:42 AM
Kids With Food Allergies (KFA) , a division of the Asthma and Allergy Foundation of America hosted a free educational webinar on February 26, 2014 featuring two of our medical advisors, Michael Pistiner, MD, and Angela Nace, PharmD. They...
6/23/14 11:52 AM
Blog Entry by KFA Medical Advisory Team
Commercially Available Epinephrine Auto-Injectors Available with a Prescription in the United States by Angela Nace, PharmD Epinephrine auto-injectors are the treatment for anaphylaxis. Several epinephrine auto-injectors are now available in the...
8/15/12 2:50 AM
Sanofi Announces FDA Approval for Auvi-Q™, First Voice-guided Epinephrine Auto-injector for Patients with Life-threatening Allergies Breakthrough device design talks patients and caregivers through the injection process Paris, France...
1/28/13 8:35 AM
Sanofi Announces Auvi-Q™, The First And Only Voice-Guided Epinephrine Auto-Injector, Is Now Available In The U.S. – Breakthrough device design talks patients and caregivers through the injection process – BRIDGEWATER, N.J.,...
5/21/14 2:17 PM
– What’s Your AQ ? Answers Common Anaphylaxis Questions During National Asthma and Allergy Awareness Month – BRIDGEWATER, N.J., May 13, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Professional football icon Jerome Bettis, the Asthma and Allergy...
6/24/13 8:05 AM
Comment by Lynda
There will be 4 epinephrine auto injectors on the US market by the end of June - Adrenaclick, Auvi-Q, EpiPen and a generic of Adrenaclick.
9/16/13 10:51 AM
Comment by Kim W
Unfortunately, our insurance won't cover auvi-Q. It is interesting, however, since we pay 90% of our prescriptions. I did find out through an Auvi-Q rep that pharmacies set their own price. I had the pharmacist check on the pricing...
10/19/13 5:32 PM
Comment by Esther Mallon
well im just finding out that my two youngest one s has got a milk and peach allery and one of them also have asthsm too and I don't even have a pen in the house at all wht do I doi also have a food allergy to and we can afford one either and I ask my...
10/19/13 5:41 PM
Comment by Kathy P
Hi Esther - I know that Auvi-Q and Epi Pen both have discounts at the moment to cover the cost of a prescription. You can see the link Lynda posted about regarding the Auvi-Q. And here is the info on EpiPen .
10/19/13 5:53 PM
Welcome Esther!! Sorry to hear that you are dealing with food allergies, but we are glad that you found us! You've come to the right place for support. The majority of insurances do cover epinephrine auto-injectors, but...
10/20/13 1:14 PM
Comment by cheymom
Esther! Most insurances do cover Epipens. I would recommend calling your insurance and ask them if they cover Epipens.
7/11/13 10:02 AM
Comment by blake201
I got a prescription for Auvi-Q and tried to have it filled but my insurance refused it—they said I had to pay full price ($200+). So for now we are sticking with Epi-Pens.
7/11/13 3:01 PM
Comment by amdeitz
My son's allergist gave us a voucher/coupon in case our insurance did not cover it - $25.00 for the first 2. Luckily, our insurance covered it, but it is still more expensive than Epi Pens. However, the smaller size (my son is just...
7/11/13 3:02 PM
Comment by FloridaAllergy
This is very interesting. Do you know if the generic for Adrenaclick will "overwrite" the brand one? We cannot seem to find its availability at least in FL.
7/12/13 3:54 PM
Originally Posted by FloridaAllergy: This is very interesting. Do you know if the generic for Adrenaclick will "overwrite" the brand one? We cannot seem to find its availability at least in FL. Hello Francesca, By overwrite, do you...
7/25/13 3:45 PM
Comment by Lynda
We will be updating the downloadable resource with new discount information from Auvi-Q: New discount offer from Auvi-Q. Up to $100 per two‑pack of Auvi‑Q, up to a maximum of three two‑packs per prescription. This offer can be used an unlimited...
3/2/14 1:18 AM
Comment by TiffanyAC
Thanks for a great webinar! Very informative and helpful. I noticed the babysitting handout shown on one of the last slides wasn't included in your list of links here, I was able to find it on my own, but thought I would point that out in...
3/2/14 4:01 PM
Comment by MAD RN
Thank you so much for this webinar! You answered so many questions for this school nurse, both during your presentation & in the Q & A session! I appreciate the time each of you gave to educate us more about epinephrine &...
3/2/14 4:03 PM
Comment by Kathy P
Thanks for the feedback ladies! I'm glad you both found the webinar and resources helpful. Thanks for noting that that the link for the babysitting handout is not there.
3/2/14 5:50 PM
Comment by melkorey
Here is the link where you can download KFA's Babysitter/Drop-Off form: http://community.kidswithfooda...ivers-camps-and-more
11/5/12 11:55 AM
Comment by Abigail's Mommy
This new design will be much easier for men to carry in their pockets. Many men and teens don't want to carry the current epi devices because they're too bulky to fit in their pockets. I hope this new design will increase compliance and...
11/5/12 5:19 PM
Comment by mj
The size of this device will actually create more issues than solve. Its small size will resemble many other small devices or items one may carry in a purse or pocket. (smart phones etc.) When it is a panic situation and you are...
11/5/12 6:33 PM
to KFA mj!! You've brought up some intriguing points! It will be interesting to see how Sanofi will address these issues by the time it becomes available. I have heard that they will be taking their time to do large...
11/6/12 8:26 PM
Comment by Rachel99
Interesting points. In terms of locating the device, I would imagine most people would keep them in their med/Epi bags--at least that's what I do with our Epi-Pens--I keep them in a case within my bag so I can access them...
8/15/12 9:06 AM
Comment by kandicejo
I'm so excited for this new size! I've signed up to be notified when it becomes available. Since DS also carries his spacer/inhaler, having a smaller epi device will make a huge difference in the emergency pack he can wear.
8/6/13 12:00 PM
This content has been updated for 2014 and can be found here: http://community.kidswithfoodallergies.org/blog/commercially-available-epinephrine-auto-injectors-available-with-a-prescription-in-the-united-states-2014 Commercially Available...