How to give Emerade

Emerade adrenaline (epinephrine) autoinjectors are not currently available in Australia or New Zealand. However, visitors from the UK or Europe may bring Emerade devices with them whilst they are travelling, and the instructions on this page can be followed for emergency treatment of anaphylaxis with Emerade.  

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How to Use 

A short film on how to use the Emerade autoinjector is available from: 
www.emerade-bausch.co.uk/patient/how-to-use-emerade

How to give Emerade

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How to use Emerade

 

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