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in the injector. But the small, clear window in the injector will show red when the proper dose of medication has been administered. Remove the injector and massage


the thigh for a few minutes. Finally, place the used injector back into the storage tube. The symptoms should subside,


and the victim should recover imme- diately. But watch for symptoms of shock, and keep the victim warm and comfortable. Keep in mind that an EpiPen


should never be removed from its case except to use, and the black tip


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after the epinephrine injection. Still, monitor for changes and transport the person to a medical facility as soon as possible. Take the used EpiPen with you. If transporting the victim will take hours instead of minutes, it’s recommended that the victim take an oral antihistamine like Benadryl, if the victim is able to swallow. ¿


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