- Epinephrine Auto-Injector Needle Length May Be Too Short for Intramuscular Delivery. EpiPen Needle May Be Too Short for Intramuscular Delivery in 12% of Children who weighed less than 30 kg. EpiPen Needle May Be Too Short for Intramuscular Delivery in 30% of Children who weighed more than 30 kg http://bit.ly/118TGN
- Guidelines and experts agree that adrenaline (epinephrine) is the first line treatment for anaphylaxis. Antihistamines should never be given alone or instead of adrenaline in anaphylaxis. In anaphylaxis, antihistamines should be considered only after adrenaline administration and with caution. http://bit.ly/wgkp0
- Fluticasone Nose Spray Useful as Acute and Long-Term Therapy for Nasal Polyposis http://bit.ly/7nZ75
- VideoMD.com Search Results For "Allergy" http://bit.ly/szIlC
- Allergist Matthew Greenhawt, MD is on Twitter @FoodAllergyMD http://bit.ly/ekMCt
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