Indication & Safety Information1
ALLERJECT is indicated for the emergency treatment of serious allergic reactions (anaphylaxis) and is intended for people who are at risk and for people with a history of serious allergic reactions (anaphylaxis).
ALLERJECT should be used immediately to treat yourself or your child when experiencing a severe allergic reaction. This is emergency treatment. It does not replace seeing a doctor or going to the hospital. After injection, seek immediate medical attention.
Talk to your doctor or pharmacist about all of your medical conditions, especially if you:
- Have heart disease, irregular heartbeat, or high blood pressure
- Have diabetes
- Have thyroid conditions
- Have narrow-angle glaucoma
- Have depression or other mental disease
- Have Parkinson’s disease
- Have asthma
- Have previously had an allergic reaction
- Are pregnant or breastfeeding
- Have any allergies to this drug or its ingredients or components
Epinephrine remains the essential treatment for anaphylaxis even if you have the above conditions.
This website is a summary and does not contain everything you need to know about ALLERJECT.
For more information, refer to the patient information leaflet that comes with your ALLERJECT device or speak to your healthcare team.
Talk to your doctor or pharmacist to discuss treatment options for anaphylaxis and whether ALLERJECT is right for you. Always read and follow the patient information leaflet that comes with your ALLERJECT device.