Portable device instructs users and administers drugs to relieve allergy attacks

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Allergy sufferers having an anaphylactic shock often have to rely on the quick actions of others around them in order to recover, but there may be some occasions where passersby don’t know how they can help. The Press Don’t Panic device can already provide audio instructions in the case of an emergency, and now the Auvi-Q combines that technology with an easy-to-use prescription injection to alleviate the effects of an attack.

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