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AAAAI Allergy & Asthma Medication Guide

Last updated March 2020

Allergic Emergency Medications

  • These medications are used to treat anaphylaxis which is a life-threating allergic reaction.

  • They are given by injection. Dosing is by weight.

  • Instructions in using this medication as well as practice in using the device are necessary before you need to administer it.

Generic name

Brand name

Dosage

Product Links (if available)

Epinephrine

Adrenaclick  0.15
Adrenaclick 0.30

0.15 mg
0.3 mg        

Adrenaclick Website
 

Auvi-Q





 

0.1 mg IM
0.15 mg IM
0.3 mg IM




 

Auvi-Q Website





 

Epinephrine Injection, USP Auto-injector Authorized Generic Adrenaclick (only at CVS pharmacies)

0.15 mg
0.3 mg



 

epinephrineautoinject.com




 

EpiPen
EpiPen Jr.


 

EpiPen Jr: 0.15mg dose

EpiPen: 0.3 mg dose
 

EpiPen Website


 

Epinephrine 
EpiPen  Jr Generic
EpiPen Generic
0.15 mg
0.30 mg
EpiPen Website

Epinephrine Injection USP
1:1000 (1mg/mL)

Epinephrine 1:1000 USP

Usual adult: 0.3 mL

Usual pediatric:
0.01mg/kg

 

Symjepi 0.3 mg and 0.15 mg Symjepi Website

Do you need an Anaphylaxis Action plan? Download one here.

Find out more about anaphylaxis.

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