City of Hamilton launches stock epinephrine auto-injector pilot project at Jackson Square mall. Security guards to carry epinephrine auto-injectors.

TORONTO, ON – September 8, 2014 – A pilot project is being launched in Hamilton, Ontario today to examine the effects of stocking epinephrine auto-injectors (EAIs) at Jackson Square shopping mall. As part of the project, security guards have been trained to indentify the symptoms and signs of anaphylaxis, the most serious form of an allergic reaction, and when and how to use an auto-injector (EpiPen® and Allerject™). Read More ...
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Loblaw Pharmacy/DRUGStore - Food Allergy 101 Patient Information Sessions

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