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Which Jext patient are you?

Just diagnosed?

Because you have been diagnosed with anaphylaxis, you have been prescribed Jext. It is pre-loaded with adrenaline and has a needle at one end to give the injection.

You should carry your Jext with you at all times, so that if you experience an anaphylactic reaction you can quickly treat yourself. Early injection of adrenaline into the thigh reduces the possible consequences of anaphylaxis.

The adrenaline injection can have a dramatic effect, rapidly reversing the symptoms of anaphylaxis. However, it is still important to seek immediate medical attention and to be prepared to give a second injection, if symptoms do not improve.

Already diagnosed but new to Jext?

You have been prescribed Jext to replace your previous type of adrenaline auto injector. Jext has been designed to be simple and reliable.

You should practice using your Jext Trainer so you are familiar with how Jext operates if you need to use it in an emergency.

As you did with your previous type of adrenaline auto injector, you should carry your Jext with you at all times, so that if you experience an anaphylactic reaction you can quickly treat yourself. Early injection of adrenaline into the thigh reduces the possible consequences of anaphylaxis.

The adrenaline injection can have a dramatic effect, rapidly reversing the symptoms of anaphylaxis. However, it is still important to seek immediate medical attention and to be prepared to give a second injection, in case it is needed.

A parent or carer?

As a caregiver, the person you care for has either recently been diagnosed with anaphylaxis and prescribed Jext, or alternatively has been prescribed Jext to replace their previous type of adrenaline auto injector.

As a caregiver, you should ensure that Jext is always immediately available to the person you care for. If you leave your child/pupil/relative under the supervision of someone else at any point, then it is essential that they are not only fully trained on how to use Jext, but also willing to act appropriately in an emergency.

The adrenaline injection can have a dramatic effect, rapidly reversing the symptoms of anaphylaxis. However, it is still important to seek immediate medical attention and to be prepared to give a second injection, in case it is needed.