Get the answers you need to frequently asked questions about CertaDoseTM.

What is the shelf life on the Epinephrine Convenience Kit?

Most of our Epinephrine Convenience Kits will have a shelf life of 12 to 18 months. See outside label for exact expiration date for epinephrine vial/ampule in each individual kit.

How do I know the expiration date of the Epinephrine in my Epinephrine Convenience Kit?

Expiration dates appear on the outside label of your Epinephrine Convenience Kit.

Do you have clinical studies showing that your system works and drives outcomes?

Published in three peer-reviewed Journals prove that CertaDoseTM works and reduces critical dosing errors to ZERO! Those articles can be found and reviewed on our website.

Do you have cost justification for utilizing the Epinephrine Convenience Kit?

Compared to current market costs on EpiPens, it is estimated that the CertaDoseTM Epinephrine Convenience Kit will save approximately $1,000.00 per ambulance.

Where can we purchase the Epinephrine Convenience Kit?

We are currently working with just-in-time distributors to provide the Epinephrine Convenience Kit. Until then, please click here to order or call 844.477.8607.

What size pediatric patient can this be utilized with?

The CertaDoseTM epinephrine syringe is for patients 66 lbs. or less. A standard syringe is included for patients greater than 66 lbs.

Can we purchase just the syringe by itself?

Our priority is safety, and every CertaDoseTM specific syringe will be packaged with its corresponding drug to ensure safety and accuracy at all times. Therefore, we do not offer any syringe by itself.

Do you have other drugs outside of Epinephrine?

We plan on adding 15-20 additional drugs to our pipeline of products they include:

  • 2018 Atropine, Ketamine (Ketalar), Midazolam (Versed), and Pralidoxime (2-PAM)
  • 2019 Adenosin (Adenocard), Amiodarone (Cardarone), Diazepam (Valium), Diphenhydramine (Benadryl), Fentanyl (Sublimaze), Protocol (Diprivan), and Zemuron (Rocuronium)
  • 2020+ Amidate (Etomidate), Ibuprofen (Caldolor), IV acetaminophen (Ofirmev), Ketorolac (Toradol), Morphine, and Romazicon (Flumazenil), Succinylcholine (Anectine)

These drug releases are dependent on FDA approval and will not be available until that approval has been received.

What is the volume of Epinephrine in the Epinephrine Convenience Kit?

Each Epinephrine Convenience Kit contains one (1) vial of 1 mg/mL (1:1,000) epinephrine for IM/SC injection.

How many doses of Epinephrine are in the Epinephrine Convenience Kit?

Each vial of epinephrine in the Epinephrine Convenience Kit contains a 1 mg/mL (1:1,000) concentration of epinephrine. Multiple doses are possible depending on volumes.

How do I store my Epinephrine Convenience Kits?

The Epinephrine Convenience Kits are designed to be stored at controlled room temperature (20–25° C or 68–77° F) and away from sun light.

Where do I administer the Epinephrine in the Epinephrine Convenience Kit?

CertaDoseTM does not offer any recommendations about the use of epinephrine. Use your agencies protocols and your medical judgement.

Are there any precautions I need to take when administering Epinephrine?

CertaDoseTM does not offer any recommendations about the use of epinephrine. Use your agencies protocols and your medical judgement.