Saturday, September 13, 2008

Epinephrine Auto-injector Holders or Carriers

I saw two men yesterday who develop anaphylaxis from insect stings. They work outside and enjoy outdoors activities. Unfortunately, neither man carried an epinephrine auto-injector, but at least they owned up to this when we spoke about their action plan. For them and others, I have listed below some links to websites for epinephrine auto-injector holders or carriers. I do not endorse any one product, since each person will have to decide for themselves the answers to questions like what color, what type of pouch, and how plus where will the auto-injectors be attached to themselves. Happy shopping and PLEASE REMEMBER TO CARRY YOUR EPINEPHRINE AUTO-INJECTOR AT ALL TIMES! Thank you.

http://www.achooallergy.com/acc-ana-tote.asp
http://www.achooallergy.com/acc-anatotetwin.asp
http://www.activeaide.com/us/
http://www.allergyhaven.com/c/epi-pen
http://www.allergypack.com/anaphylaxis/pen.html
http://www.allergypack.com/anaphylaxis/penpalcombo.html
http://www.allergypack.com/anaphylaxis/penpouch.html
http://www.kozyepi.com/faq.htm
http://www.medipouch.com/
http://www.omaxcare.com/
http://www.takeincase.com/

1 comment:

Emily said...

They should try this great neoprene undergarment epipen carrier. Bought mine at www.concealedepipen.com. The best option out there for people with an active lifestyle.

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