Advocates: Epinephrine injectors in Fla. schools could save lives

04/8/2013 | Tampa Bay Times (St. Petersburg, Fla.)

Lawmakers in Florida are considering legislation that would allow schools to stock their own epinephrine injectors and train staff to use them in case a student has a severe allergic reaction to food, insects or other items. Currently, school nurses are banned from giving injections to students if they do not have a prescription.

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