Anaphylaxis



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For further information please refer to the following useful links:

Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC)
ARC: ANZCOR Guideline 9.2.7 - First aid management of anaphylaxis
ARC: ANZCOR Guideline 9.4.3 - Envenomation from Tick Bites and Bee, Wasp and Ant Stings

Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA)
ASCIA: Allergic reactions to bites and stings
ASCIA: Action plans for individuals
ASCIA: Anaphylaxis resources

Question 1:
For further information please refer to ASCIA: Action plans for individuals  (press the back arrow to return to the assessment)
According to the new ASCIA Action Plan guidelines released in June 2017 (refer link above), for how long does the adrenaline auto-injector need to be held against the thigh?


Question 2:
For further information please refer to ASCIA: Action plans for individuals (press the back arrow to return to the assessment)
The ASCIA Action Plan can be officially signed off by the parent and submitted to schools and child care centres:


Question 3:
For further information please refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.2.7 - First aid management of anaphylaxis (press the back arrow to return to the assessment)
Common allergens that can trigger anaphylaxis are:


Question 4:
For further information please refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.2.7 - First aid management of anaphylaxis: (Section 3.1.7) (press the back arrow to return to the assessment)
After how many minutes can you administer a second adrenaline auto-injector?


Question 5:
For further information please refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.2.7 - First aid management of anaphylaxis: (Section 3.1.3) (press the back arrow to return to the assessment)
Adrenaline auto-injectors:


Question 6:
For further information please refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.2.7 - First aid management of anaphylaxis (press the back arrow to return to the assessment)
When someone is displaying signs of anaphylaxis and you are on the phone to emergency services, what information is important to convey?


Question 7:
For further information please refer to ASCIA: Action plans for individuals (press the back arrow to return to the assessment)
A child who has allergies is showing signs of hives and welts on their arm.  This is a sign of......


Question 8:
For further information please refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.2.7 - First aid management of anaphylaxis: (Section 1) (press the back arrow to return to the assessment)
The potential consequence of a severe allergic reaction is death.


Question 9:
For further information please refer to ASCIA: Action plans for individuals (press the back arrow to return to the assessment)
A person has had a severe allergic reaction. Your first action should be :


Question 10:
For further information please refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.2.7 - First aid management of anaphylaxis (press the back arrow to return to the assessment)
For more information on current anaphylaxis guidelines, anaphylaxis first aid protocols and state regulations, you can contact:


Question 11:
For further information please refer to ASCIA: Action plans for individuals  (press the back arrow to return to the assessment)
A person has had a severe allergic reaction. According to the new ASCIA Action Plan guidelines released in June 2017 (refer link above), which following statement is correct:


Question 12:
For further information please refer to ASCIA: Action plans for individuals (press the back arrow to return to the assessment)
When developing an individual Anaphylaxis Management Plan, you should ensure that:


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