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"Wow, I've never tried a Code Fuchsia!"

Crayola is a brand of crayons and other writing utensils that is now a proud sponsor of in-hospital codes, now providing codes of a wide spectrum of colors[1], not just the standard bearers Code Blue[2][3][4][5] and Code Red.

Reminder to Health Care Providers

Remember: Do not write patients' prescriptions in crayon, no matter how fun it might look![6]

New Products

After MyLan jacked up the prices of EpiPens, Crayola has stepped and have made sure each Crayola marker is affixed with an epinephrine autoinjector.[7] Crayola FTW!

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Gomerblog References

  1. Crayola Releases New Colors of Emergency Codes
  2. ER Nurses Holding Unplaced Inpatients Cheer Whenever “Code Blue” Called Overhead
  3. Radiologist Clocks Sub 4-Second 40-Yard Time During a Code Blue
  4. Code Blue Also Code Brown
  5. Patient in Room 3 Worried After Code Blues in 1, 2, 4 & 5
  6. Pharmacy No Longer Accepting Scripts Written in Crayon, Dr. Muppet: “Me Angry!”
  7. Stepping Up To The Plate: Crayola Has Announced That All Of Its Markers Will Now Inject You With Epinephrine

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