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It is recommended that you carry 2 adrenaline auto-injectors at all times, to find out more click here.

Critical symptoms - Call 999

If you find it hard to breathe, your tongue or throat swell, you feel very sleepy, dizzy or faint inject your Emerade immediately. Call 999, ask for an ambulance stating “anaphylaxis” (anna-phil-axis).

How to use

Emerade is an adrenaline auto-injector used for the emergency treatment of severe acute allergic reactions (anaphylaxis) to foods, medicines, insect stings, bites or other allergens. It can also be used for exercise induced anaphylaxis.

If you experience anaphylaxis, use your Emerade immediately and call 999.

This website provides information on how to use Emerade as well as guidance on storing and travelling with Emerade and Anaphylaxis information.

Emerade Expiry Reminder

It's very important that you know when to re-order your Emerade auto-injector so they do not go out of date. Keeping track of expiry dates across multiple auto-injector's can be difficult, especially if they are stored in different locations like schools, nursery or the office.

Enter your pen expiry dates below and we will remind you to re-order your prescription 30 days before via email. Alternatively you can download a calendar reminder to save in your phone or computer calendar.

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