Wendy Beth Jackelow, MFA, CMI, FAMI

How to Give an Epinephrine Shot to a Child 

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medical illustration of Color illustration of two ways to give an epinephrine shot to a child using an EpiPen in cases of severe allergic reactions (anaphylaxis) or an asthma attack. The child can self-administer the shot or an adult can administer the shot to the child in the thigh.
Next medical illustration of Color illustration showing how to use a rescue inhaler with a spacer for patients with asthma or COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease).

Use of an Inhaler with a Spacer

Color illustration of two ways to give an epinephrine shot to a child using an EpiPen in cases of severe allergic reactions (anaphylaxis) or an asthma attack. The child can self-administer the shot or an adult can administer the shot to the child in the thigh.

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