Designed to treat anaphylaxis in patients weighing equal to or greater than 15 kg or 33 lbs. Each kit is assembled in an FDA-approved facility which also carries licensing to repackage pharmaceuticals in all 50 states.
Specifically designed to meet the protocols of the Emergency Medical market. The kit contains all of the supplies necessary for administering epinephrine to both children and adults.
Contains epinephrine and supplies to be administered in an anaphylactic emergency with 1 mL, Non-Residue Gasket For Minimal Dead Space Syringes for more precise dosing.
Snap Medical kit comparison
The Epinephrine Syringe
Our proprietary syringe allows for easier dosing in anaphylactic emergencies and has visual markings with the standard epinephrine doses in anaphylaxis.
“Thank you for supplying such a good alternative to the EpiPen! Our business is very happy to enjoy the savings!”
— Michelle, Surgery Center, Everett, WA
“***** Easy to use, comes with instructions and much cheaper than buying Epipens!”
— Rachel, Pedodontist, Cedar Park, TX
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How to use the
Epinephrine Snap-V kit
in 25 seconds.
“I have been trying to find a practical source for emergency epinephrine for years! My supply has expired and a State Board inspection noticed that. You are a life saver!”
— Dr. Johnson, St. Paul, MN
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Snap Medical Industries, LLC is proud to support AmeriCares in their mission to provide worldwide disaster relief, emergency programs, clinical services and community health programs by donating emergency convenience kits.
"Americares thanks Snap Medical for their donation of Epinephrine Snap Kits, an essential medicine that can help people affected by poverty and disaster who are at risk for emergency anaphylaxis."
- Dr. Julie Varughese
Vice President, Technical Unit & Chief Medical Officer
Like many caregivers, Nancy Creadon is mission-driven to improve lives. She quickly learned that the cost of life-saving medications could prove mission-impossible for too many patients and care givers. So, she created a business that could help health care providers accomplish their shared mission.