Ensure you are prepared to effectively treat medical emergencies in your dental practice with proper labels for your Emergency Drug Kit.
Each label contains the name of the emergency drug, uses for the drug and simple directions for use. This simplistic labeling allows any member of your staff to obtain and utilize the appropriate drug. This concise labeling facilitates a correct drug choice based on the patient’s symptoms and prevents the use of an inappropriate drug during a time of crisis.
Each kit contains a label for the following emergency drugs:
|Fainting (Syncope)||Three ampules of Ammonium Sulfate|
|Mild allergic reaction||Benadryl (50 mg) x 100 tabs|
|Severe allergic reaction (Anaphylaxis)||EpiPen (.3 mg) x 1|
|Chest Pain (Angina)||Nitroglycerin tabs (.4 mg) x 30|
|Asthma Attack||Albuterol Inhaler x 1|
|Heart Attack (Cardiac Arrest)||Aspirin (325 mg) x 100|
|Low Blood Sugar (Hypoglycemia)||1 Tube Glucose Substitute|