the new "talking" Allerject (AL-ler-ject) epinephrine auto-injector for severe allergic reactions

Reps will promote the new "talking" Allerject (AL-ler-ject) epinephrine auto-injector for severe allergic reactions.

Think of Allerject as an alternative to EpiPen, etc.

The big difference is that Allerject talks the user through the injection process...counts the time the injector is held against the thigh...and flashes a red light when the injection is completed.

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