EpiPen® takes just 2 steps to use.2,3
Anapen® takes more steps.4
EpiPen® has a Never-See-Needle.™2,3
Anapen®’s needle is exposed after use.4
- Switching means retraining: You, your family, friends and caregivers must retrain to use a different device correctly if you have an anaphylactic attack2-4
- Switching means a different ASCIA Action Plan: You will also need to get a new ASCIA Action Plan, specific to Anapen®5
Remember, you don’t have to change. It’s your choice6
Be specific and tell your GP and pharmacist that you want your EpiPen® Auto-Injector prescription.