Less than HALF of the people carrying epinephrine auto-injectors know when or how to use them properly

Less than HALF of the people carrying epinephrine auto-injectors know when or how to use them properly.

Patients should carry an EpiPen if they have had a serious allergic reaction in the past and are at risk for re-exposure.

Advise them to use it immediately at the onset of an anaphylactic reaction...swelling, shortness of breath, etc.

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