This website has been developed and funded by ALK and is intended for adults who have been prescribed Jext®.


Jext® app

Download the free Jext® app, available for iPhone and Android, for:

  • Voice-guided instructions for use
  • Symptoms of anaphylaxis
  • Demonstration videos
  • Free expiry alert reminder service
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How to use

Watch the demonstration video to familiarise yourself, family and friends with what to do in the event of an anaphylactic reaction, how to recognise the symptoms, and how to administer Jext®.

*Educational Risk Minimisation Materials to help reduce the risk associated with using this medicine.

Expiry Alert Service

Your Jext® has an expiry date. You can register with the free ALK Expiry Alert Reminder Service to receive alerts warning you when your Jext® is due to expire and needs to be replaced by your GP.

We will send through notifications by either SMS, email (or both) notifying you when your Jext® is due to expire. When your Jext® expires, visit your GP to dispose of the expired Jext® and collect a replacement.

Alerts will be sent:

4 Weeks

4 weeks prior to the expiration of your Jext®

2 Weeks

2 weeks prior to the expiration of your Jext®

Day after

The day after the expiration of your Jext®

Travelling abroad?

When travelling to another country it’s important to keep to your Jext® action plan and make sure you take the same level of care with your condition as you do at home.

Click below for some useful travel sheets to help you look after yourself abroad.

Committed to patient support

We have a range of resources available to help prepare and educate yourself and those around you about living with anaphylaxis.

Carry two
Jext® pens

It is recommended you carry two Jext® pens with you at all times. Early use of adrenaline improves the outcome and recovery from anaphylaxis, but if symptoms don’t improve or the original symptoms re-appear, a second Jext® can be used after about 5-15 minutes.

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