How to Administer


The Food Allergy Research & Education's (FARE) website offers a free educational course "How to Save a Life: Recognizing and Responding to Anaphylaxis" that is an excellent source for learning to administer an epinephrine auto-injector.

  • All auto-injectors come in a two pack. Always keep them together in the event that the first one fails when administered or when a second dose is needed.
  • An epinephrine auto-injector should only be used to help someone during an emergency.
  • When using an auto-injector on a child, hold the child's leg firmly in place during the injection.

Training videos for EPinePhrine Auto-Injectors 

EpiPen® & EpiPen Jr.® & Epinephrine Auto-injector USP by Mylan



More information available from EpiPen® website.

More information available from Auvi-Q® website.

Epinephrine Auto-Injector by Impax (generic for Adrenaclick®)


More information available from Impax® website.

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Disclaimer: The Annie LeGere Foundation does not endorse any epinephrine auto-injector over another. All epinephrine auto-injectors contain the same medication.