Plug and save

IoT solution to keep epinephrine at public spaces

 

Box installed in a visible and accessible place in schools, restaurants, malls, airports… connected to our servers through internet.

EPINEPHRINE AND BOX
MONITORING

Information about temperature, expiration date and drug transparency (indicating possible bad condition of the epinephrine and/or need to change it) and also information about battery, connectivity, location of the box…

SYMPTOMS
CHECKLIST

Symptoms introduced on the box screen will tell if anaphylaxis is likely or not

EMERGENCY
PROTOCOL

Video with instructions. Automatic system contacts emergency services and the person in charge with GPS location

 

 

 

 


 Understanding our box for public spaces!

Legislation initiatives

More recently, there is a trend to have auto-injectors available in public spaces, a very important step for all the patients affected by severe allergies but also the ones that have not been diagnosed and

On November 13, 2013, President Obama signed into law the School Access to Emergency Epinephrine Act. The federal legislation provides a financial incentive for states to enact their own laws requiring schools to keep non-student specific epinephrine auto-injectors in case of an emergency. The law also provides schools with incentives to have more trained staff to be readily available during all school hours to administer the EpiPen when needed. Since then multiple states have passed legislation that permits or require epinephrine in schools as well as legislation that permits, but does not require at the moment, to stock undesignated epinephrine in various public venues for use in case of an emergency.

Other countries are following USA example. For example, UK has recently passed a new legislation, that comes into effect from 1 October 2017, alowing schools to keep spare adrenaline auto-injectors (AAIs) for emergency use.

We save by Adan Medical Innovation makes easier the management of the autoinjectors stocked in public places providing monitoring, visibility, instructions and awareness.  It is as important having an autoinjector available as well as having it in good conditions!

Source: Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE), Anaphylaxis campaign