Asthma v1.17



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For further information please refer to the following useful links:

Australian Resuscitation Council (ARC)
ANZCOR Guideline 9.2.5 - First aid for asthma

National Asthma Council Australia
https://www.nationalasthma.org.au/living-with-asthma/asthma-action-plans

Asthma Australia
https://www.asthmaaustralia.org.au/vic/about-asthma/resources/victorian-action-plans

Question 1:
For further information please refer to National Asthma Council Australia - Living with Asthma - Asthma Action Plans (press the back arrow to return to the assessment)
Every person with asthma should have an Asthma Action Plan:


Question 2:
For further information please refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.2.5 - First aid for asthma (Section 1) (press the back arrow to return to the assessment)
Some of the more common asthma triggers are:


Question 3:
For further information please refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.2.5 - First aid for asthma (press the back arrow to return to the assessment)
Asthma can potentially be life threatening:


Question 4:
For further information please refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.2.5 - First aid for asthma (Section 3.1) (press the back arrow to return to the assessment)
A person has suffered a severe asthma attack and is not responding to their medication.  You should....


Question 5:
During or after an asthma attack, emergency assistance can be sought from:


Question 6:
For further information please refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.2.5 - First aid for asthma (Section 2.1) (press the back arrow to return to the assessment)
Some signs and symptoms of a severe asthma attack are:


Question 7:
For further information please refer to Asthma Foundation Vic Action Plan  (press the back arrow to return to the assessment)
An adult’s Asthma Action Plan should be updated every 2 to 5 years by their doctor or nursing practitioner:


Question 8:
Which of the following are signs and symptoms of mild-moderate asthma?


Question 9:
For further information please refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.2.5 - First aid for asthma (Section 3.1) (press the back arrow to return to the assessment)
Should the asthma preventer medication be used in emergencies?


Question 10:
For further information please refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.2.5 - First aid for asthma (Section 3.1) and/or Asthma Foundation Vic Action Plan (press the back arrow to return to the assessment)
To correctly and effectively administer asthma reliever medication you should :


Question 11:
For further information please refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.2.5 - First aid for asthma (Section 3.1) and/or Asthma Foundation Action Plan (press the back arrow to return to the assessment)
When treating an asthma attack, what procedures should be followed:


Question 12:
For further information please refer to ANZCOR Guideline 9.2.5 - First aid for asthma (press the back arrow to return to the assessment)
Practical steps that can be considered when developing asthma risk management strategies are:


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