• Kylie Johnston

Anaphylaxis Injector | We get a choice


Adrenaline injector CHOICE to become a reality in Australia.

It is important that people at risk of anaphylaxis and their treating doctor can discuss options of adrenaline injector devices and choose a device that best suits their needs.

Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia (A&AA) is pleased to announce the Therapeutic Goods Administration (TGA) is currently reviewing two applications for registration of alternate adrenaline injectors in the Australian market.

SYMJEPI® , an adrenaline injector and ANAPEN®, a revised adrenaline autoinjector are currently with the TGA awaiting registration and THEN hopefully PBS listing. A&AA is in communication with both the Australian sponsors of the devices. Visit our website for more information: http://ow.ly/X3kE50BfuiZ

A&AA will continue to advocate for Auvi-Q®, a Kaleo product, to be an option for Australians living with the risk of anaphylaxis.


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