Certa Dose ® is Intuitive – Easy to Learn, Teach and Use
Critical dosing errors often occur during crisis situations. The Certa Dose ® Epinephrine Convenience Kit allows precise epinephrine dosing for anaphylaxis from neonate to 0.3mg and gives clinicians confidence when administering critical medications to patients. Certa Dose ® offers an intuitive system that is easy to learn, teach and use. Each syringe is labeled with easy to recognize color zones that match the widely adopted color standard pediatric color coding system for weight. Independent and simulated use studies suggest that color-code syringes may significantly reduce critical dosing errors.1,2
The Certa Dose ® epinephrine 1 mg/mL IM/SC syringe is FDA-cleared.
The Certa Dose ® epinephrine 0.3 mL epinephrine syringe complies with Check & Inject for Basic Life Support (BLS)
Pediatric Dosing Error Statistics:
Approximately 7,000 children die each year due to dosing errors in the United States 1,3
Critical dosing errors occur in up to 39% of cases 2,4
Dosing errors are three times more likely in children than adults 3,5
Each Certa Dose ® Epinephrine Syringe Kit Includes:
Epinephrine 1mg/mL Vial
2x Certa Dose ® o.3 mL Syringe, Permanent Needle, 29G x 1/2″
IFU Certa Dose ® 0.3 mL Syringe
Epinephrine Package Insert
How to Order
Due to the nature of this product, orders must be made through Concordance Healthcare Solutions and/or Cardinal Health.
Concordance Healthcare Solutions Purchasing
Current Concordance customers may order the Epinephrine Convenience Kit by visiting www.concordancehealthcare.com and searching item number 278950. All others, call 800-473-2332 to set up an account with Concordance.
Cardinal Health Purchasing
Current Cardinal customers may order the Epinephrine Convenience Kit by visiting www.orderexpress.cardinalhealth.com and searching item number 5513643. All others, call 800-926-3161 to set up an account.
For more information about the Epinephrine Convenience Kit by Certa Dose ® , contact your local MED Alliance Sales Representative, call 888-891-1200, or email us.
Stevens, Allen D., et al. Resuscitation, U.S. National Library of Medicine, Nov. 2015, www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4903013/.
Moreira, Maria E., et al. Annals of Emergency Medicine, U.S. National Library of Medicine, Aug. 2015, www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pmc/articles/PMC4872869/.
Sears, K, et al. “The Relationship between the Nursing Work Environment and the Occurrence of Reported Paediatric Medication Administration Errors: a Pan Canadian Study.”Advances in Pediatrics., U.S. National Library of Medicine, www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/23290866.
Benjamin, Lee, et al. “Pediatric Medication Safety in the Emergency Department.” Pediatrics, American Academy of Pediatrics, 1 Mar. 2018, pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/141/3/ e20174066.
Kaushal, R, et al. “Medication Errors and Adverse Drug Events in Pediatric Inpatients.” JAMA, U.S. National Library of Medicine, 25 Apr. 2001, www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/pubmed/11311101.