It’s important that you learn how to use Jext® because you must use it as soon as you have any symptoms of an anaphylactic reaction.
Administering Jext® is not hard, but it may not seem easy during an anaphylactic reaction because you might feel a bit frightened. However, if you learn properly how to use Jext®, this won’t be a problem and you will feel better about using your Jext®.
By practising with a Jext® Trainer whilst watching the demonstration video, you and your family and friends can feel confident in using a real Jext® in an emergency.
Welcome to the Jext® gang
Interact with the Jext® gang by downloading our activities. Make the Jext®
gang look awesome by colouring them in with your favourite colours or find
your way through the maze to see which of the Jext® gang wins the race.
It is important that you are fully aware of your allergy. Spend time learning about your allergy and discussing ways in which you can minimise risks when you are not at home. If your Jext® is kept at school, make sure the expiry date is registered with the expiry alert service and you know what to do in an emergency with the person in charge.Learn more
Carry two Jext® pens
It is recommended you carry two Jext® pens with you at all times. Early use of Jext® improves the outcome and recovery from anaphylaxis, but if symptoms don’t improve or the symptoms get worse, a second Jext® can be used after about 5-15 minutes.