Tag: auto-injector

Chantel Giacalone

Woman Who Suffered Brain Damage Awarded $29.5 Million for Alleged Mishandling...

Ms Giacalone, who is severely disabled as a result of her injury, will likely require round-the-clock care for the rest of her life.
Chantel Rose Giacalone

Lawsuit Begins Alleging Woman’s Severe Brain Injury Caused by EMT’s Failure...

One of the first in-person jury trials to take place after the COVID-19 shutdown began earlier this week at the Las Vegas Convention Center...
Aquestive's Subingual Epinephrine

Aquestive Charts Ambitious Path Forward for Sublingual Emergency Epinephrine

Company updates the public on status of their candidate drug administered under the tongue.
Nathan Anderson and Family

Restaurant Fined $105,000 for Anaphylactic Death of Customer

We include strategies to help you avoid a similar tragedy in the future.
Stress over Children with Food allergies

Study: Food Allergy Parents Live in Fear

Parents of children with food allergies face significant worry, severe anxiety and post-traumatic stress – according to new research.
Half of Prescriptions Filled

Just Half of Epinephrine Auto-Injector Prescriptions are Filled After Pediatric Emergency...

Startling results of a retrospective study of patients discharged from a pediatric emergency department after suffering anaphylaxis.
Intranasal Spray

Single Dose of Intranasal Epinephrine Comparable to That Delivered via Auto-Injector

Study showed no safety issues and no serious or unexpected adverse events.
Rushing to ER

Anaphylaxis Hospitalizations Rise Three-Fold as Fatalities Fall According to UK Study

Cow's milk now the single most common cause of fatal allergic reactions in children.
Hunger Family

The Pandemic Won’t Stop Mom from Enacting “Rachel’s Law” as Efforts...

Team Rachel will return tomorrow for a remote public hearing, kick-starting the process that stalled a year ago.
Handful of Peanuts

Peanut Allergy More Common in Adults Than Children, Many Report First...

Peanut allergy affects at least 4.5 million adults in the US.