Feds urge city to change policy on Epi use

From Omaha’s KETV-7:  The federal government said it believes the city of Omaha has relented on its policy that forbids city employees from giving life-saving medication to children in emergencies.  Parks and Recreation employees should now be allowed to administer epinephrine with auto injector devices, such as the EpiPen, according to the Department of the Interior. — Read more here.

* You can also check out the initial story – Feds Urge City To Change Policy On EpiPen Use  – from April 14, 2010.

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