• Visible in case of emergency
  • Anyone can open case
  • Does not use key or alarm
  • Contents fully customizable
  • Can be taken to point of need
  • Holds up to 6 auto-injectors
  • Product Code: EN9395
  • Product Weight: 5 lbs.
  • Size (inches): 10.75 x 9.5 x 2.2
  • Made in Canada

Economy Allergy Emergency Kit Case

for Public Areas

The same forward-thinking concepts of the Original Allergy Emergency Kit in a more affordable format. This high-quality resin case uses Velcro to conveniently store up to six epinephrine auto-injectors. It includes everything needed for setup except the prescription medication itself.

The Original Allergy Emergency Kit™ cabinet is intended to finally make Epinephrine as available as a fire extinguisher or defibrillator. It is designed to be hung in school lunch rooms and hallways as well as any public place - as close to the point of need as possible. Under normal circumstances, a staff member of the institution will be able to calmly open the unit in order to use the Epinephrine and supplies. If a staff member is not available - for instance if an emergency occurs before or after school or on a weekend - the case can be opened by anyone to instantly access Epinephrine, Benadryl and other such supplies.

$59.99

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Serious food allergies are reaching a tipping point - approximately 8% of children in the United States have been diagnosed with a serious food allergy and even worse, 25% of all serious allergy incidents involve children who had not been previously diagnosed as having an anaphylactic allergy.

Precautions taken for these children such as nut-free lunch tables is a start - but it is time for our society to move to the next level: ubiquitous availability of allergy emergency supplies. With anaphylaxis, seconds count. A misplaced auto-injector, an unavailable nurse or a slow ambulance can have deadly results.

At The Original Allergy Emergency Kit™, our vision is for the Good Samaritan - that street-smart lunch lady, parent, teacher or fellow student - to have the supplies necessary to save a life.