An alternative epinephrine injector to the EpiPen is returning to the market and this one talks.
The Auvi-Q was recalled in 2015 for what the Federal Drug Administration called a potentially inaccurate dosage delivery but has announced its return Feb. 14.
Dr. Philip Gallagher said this injector has its benefits because of its step by step instruction.
"So if you had a babysitter and you show them and there's a problem it will talk them through it,” Gallagher said.
This relaunch of the Auvi-Q comes months after outrage grew over the Mylan Co. hiking EpiPen prices to $600 for a two-pack.
Reports say Auvi-Q will be available free of charge for some patients with private insurance.
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