The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) now has new security measures regarding syringe needles and lancets

The Federal Aviation Administration (FAA) now has new security measures regarding syringe needles and lancets.

Needles are allowed on airplanes if the patient has a vial of insulin with the pharmacy label identifying the patient and the med.

Glucagon kits also need a pharmacy label.

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