Emerade Auto Injector (Adrenaline Tartrate) Medication


Emerade Auto Injector (Adrenaline Tartrate)

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Emerade Auto Injector is used for the immediate management of severe acute allergic reactions (anaphylaxis) triggered by various sources such as food, medication, insect stings, and even exercise-induced anaphylaxis. 

Emerade Auto Injector is classified as an alpha- and beta-adrenergic agonist, exerting its effects by counteracting the decline in blood pressure observed in anaphylactic reactions. Furthermore, it promotes cardiac stimulation and facilitates respiratory function. 

Uses and Dosage 

Prior to the initial use of the Emerade Auto Injector, carefully review the patient information provided, which contains instructions for using the pre-filled automatic injection device. If you have any queries about administering this medication, do not hesitate to consult your pharmacist or doctor. 

Emerade Auto Injector dosage may vary per individual based on age and body weight.  

Typically, this medication is injected in the outer thigh as needed at the first sign of a serious allergic reaction. 

To properly utilize Emerade Auto Injector, follow these steps: 

  1. Remove the injector cap. 
  2. Position the Emerade pen at a 90° angle against the outer thigh and firmly press to engage the device, indicated by a click sound as the needle enters the thigh. 
  3. Maintain pressure on the Emerade against the thigh for approximately 5 seconds. Gently massage the injection site afterward. 

Seek immediate medical assistance after administration of the medication. 

While awaiting the ambulance, recline with your feet elevated, unless this causes breathing difficulty; in such cases, it is preferable to sit up. 

Unconscious individuals should be positioned on their side in the recovery position. 

Emerade Auto Injector is intended for one-time use. Nevertheless, if your symptoms persist, a second injection may be given 5-15 minutes after the initial one. 

If Emerade Auto Injector fails to activate, apply greater pressure when pressing it against the designated injection site. In case of an unsuccessful injection, promptly use a second pen. 

Avoid placing your thumb, fingers, or hand over the needle region of the automatic injection device. In the event of accidental injection into these areas, seek immediate emergency medical assistance. 

Side Effects 

Listed below are the potential side effects of Emerade. Should any of these effects last or worsen, immediately notify your doctor. 

  • Irregular and rapid heartbeat, chest pain 
  • High blood pressure, blood vessel constriction 
  • Sweating 
  • Nausea, vomiting 
  • Difficulty breathing 
  • Headache, dizziness 
  • Weakness, trembling 
  • Anxiety, hallucinations 
  • Fainting 
  • Altered blood values, including increased blood sugar, reduced potassium, and elevated acid levels 

This list does not cover all side effects of Emend. Should you observe any other effects, report to your doctor. 


Emerade Auto injector is suitable for all allergic emergencies unless you have a hypersensitivity to sodium metabisulphite or any other Emerade ingredient. Your doctor will provide specific instructions on when to use Emerade in such cases. 

Prior to using Emerade Auto injector, consult your doctor if you have: 

  • Heart disease 
  • High blood pressure 
  • Overactive thyroid 
  • Diabetes 
  • Adrenal gland tumor 
  • Elevated eye pressure 
  • Impaired kidney function 
  • Prostate disease 
  • Low potassium or high calcium levels in the blood 

Inform your doctor or pharmacist about any other medications you are currently using, have recently used, or may use in the future. Particularly mention if you are taking: 

  • Antidepressants like tricyclic antidepressants or monoamine oxidase inhibitors (MAO inhibitors), as they can enhance adrenaline’s effects. 
  • Medications for Parkinson’s disease such as catechol-O-methyl transferase inhibitors (COMT inhibitors), which can also amplify adrenaline’s effects. 
  • Drugs that can make the heart susceptible to irregular rhythms (arrhythmias), including digitalis and quinidine. 
  • Medications for heart conditions or nervous system disorders, known as alpha and beta blockers, as they have the potential to diminish adrenaline’s effectiveness. 

The administration of an Emerade is unlikely to impair your ability to drive or operate machinery. However, in the event of a severe allergic reaction affecting your capacity to do so, refrain from driving. 

If you have used an excessive amount of Emerade or accidentally injected it into a blood vessel or hand, seek immediate medical assistance. 

If you are pregnant, nursing, suspect pregnancy, or have intentions of conceiving, consult your doctor to determine the safety of using Emerade Auto Injector for yourself and your baby. 

Additional information

Generic name:

Adrenaline Tartrate




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