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As Schools Boost Access to EpiPens, Do Teachers Know How to Use Them?

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Dr. Dave Stukus, a pediatric allergist at Nationwide Children's Children's Hospital, and a medical advisor for Kids With Food Allergies, is featured in this video and article supporting increased access to epinephrine in schools.  Dr. Stukus also reviews how to correctly use an epinephrine auto-injector in this article posted on Live Science.

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Training videos for all available epinephrine autoinjectors are available at:




Epinephrine Injection, USP auto-injector, authorized generic (AG) of Adrenaclickβ„’

EpiPenβ„’ and EpiPen Jrβ„’




  1. Product information for Adrenaclickβ„’. Amedra Pharmaceuticals LLC. Horsham, PA 19044. June 2012.
  2. Product information for Auvi-Qβ„’. Sanofi-Aventis U.S. Bridgewater, NJ 08807. September 2012.
  3. Product information for Epinephrine Injection, USP auto-injector, the authorized generic (AG) of Adrenaclickβ„’. Lineage Therapeutics. Horsham, PA 19044. March 2013.
  4. Product information for EpiPen. Mylan Inc. Basking Ridge, NJ 07920. August 2012.


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