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Passed in August 2016, the law allows police officers to be trained and equipped with injectors of epinephrine.
This Oct. 10, 2013, file photo, shows an EpiPen epinephrine auto-injector, a Mylan product, in Hendersonville, Texas.
Immediate treatment for reactions involves receiving a dose of epinephrine from an injection such as Auvi-Q, Epipen or a generic, then antihistamines and steroids.
The ER doctor came out, rushed him into the ER, stripped off his clothes on the way and gave him epinephrine.
Stress signals coming from the hypothalamus trigger the release of stress hormones cortisol and epinephrine, and then blood sugar (glucose) is produced by the liver to provide you with energy to deal with the stressful situation.
Stress increases the production of cortisol and fellow stress hormone epinephrine in your system and, when released, these hormones can mess with your gastrointestinal system, causing cramps.
Most of those vulnerable people carry portable epinephrine — often EpiPens — to quickly counteract symptoms.
Most of those vulnerable people carry portable epinephrine -- often, EpiPens -- to quickly counteract symptoms.
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