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Learn How to Use an EpiPen

Epinephrine autoinjectors (EpiPen, Twinject, AdrenaClick) are life-saving medications to treat anaphylactic reactions. It can work within seconds but be careful as symptoms can return, and return more severe than the initial reaction. So it is always important to call 911 after each use. For more information about epinephrine autoinjectors, visit Treatment: Epinephrine and Action Plans.

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