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The Epinephrine Lifeshield is a prescription emergency anaphylaxis injection that works to raise mean arterial blood pressure in patients with hypotension resulting from unexpected exposure to allergens that come with serious health risks. This injection may also be used to counter septic shock or in other instances prescribed for mydriasis during intraocular surgery. These emergency anaphylactic shock injections are used when a person may go into shock and be in serious danger when immediate medical care is inaccessible. One common example of epinephrine uses is people with bee sting allergy who carry this product with them when outdoors in summer.
You can buy epinephrine pen with a prescription, and your best price on it will be when you order medication online from Canada Pharmacy.
Epinephrine dosage is standardized with this product at 1mg of Epinephrine per 10ml of solution.
This medication should not be given to a child without medical advice.
Form a fist around the device, making sure that the tip is pointing downward.
Remove the safety cap.
Place the tip of the auto-injector against the largest part of the outer thigh. The thigh is the most effective injection site. It is possible for individuals to administer this injection through clothing in an emergency. If giving the injection to a child, you are advised to hold their leg firmly in place.
Press the device firmly into the thigh so that the needle can administer the epinephrine dose. Hold in place for 10 seconds.
Remove the injector from the thigh and gently rub the skin for 10 seconds.
The active ingredient in the Lifeshield injection is Epinephrine 1mg/10ml.
Tell your doctor of any history of asthma, depression, diabetes, heart disease, high blood pressure, kidney disease, Parkinson’s disease, or thyroid disorders in advance of obtaining an epinephrine lifeshield injection.
Medication must be kept with you in any instance where an allergen exposure is possible.
Always keep injection in packaging and do not remove cap until you are 100% ready and need to provide yourself with an injection to prevent going into anaphylactic shock.
The auto-injector device is a disposable single-use system. Your auto-injector can only be used once.
Attempting to reinsert an auto-injector a second time may cause skin injury and should not be done.
Any use of epinephrine should lead you to seek medical attention after. The effects of epinephrine may wear off after 10 or 20 minutes and seeing a doctor or qualified medical professional as soon as possible for further treatment and observation is advisable.
Negative drug interactions are possible between the Epinephrine Lifeshield and other Rx or OTC medications, including lorazepam / diphenhydramine / fluticasone nasal / furosemide / pregabalin / promethazine / albuterol / montelukast / budesonide / formoterol / acetaminophen / albuterol / cyanocobalamin / ascorbic acid / cholecalciferol / alprazolam / ondansetron / cetirizine.
Tell your doctor of all medications you are currently taking before receiving a prescription and proceeding to buy epinephrine pen online.
Side effects from using an epinephrine lifeshield injection may occur, and some users may experience anxiety, breathing problems, dizziness, headaches, nausea, pale skin, elevated heart rate, sweating, vomiting, or weakness. If epinephrine side effects are seen, you may want to meet with a doctor again before future epinephrine injection uses to determine if your concerns over side effects may lead to a medication change or a different approach to anaphylactic shock prevention.