Epinephrine users must monitor the drug condition periodically, with a visual inspection through a small window on the auto-injector, to assess there is no loss of transparency. This action is uncomfortable and stressful and many users may forget it with the potential threat to not have effective epinephrine in case of anaphylaxis.
Exposure to extreme conditions, like extreme temperatures or excess of light, may affect the drug. anAPPhylaxis will control the transparency automatically for you without opening the case. Any loss of transparency will be notified to your mobile phone and you won’t have to worry about it anymore. However, you will always have the option to check the transparency manually through the auto-injector window.
This feature is very interesting for restaurants, schools or other public places with anaphylaxis kits for their clients. Who has to check the drug in these cases? Nobody will have to. Just installing our smart box for public places the technology will warn about any change in transparency.