Editor: V. Dimov, M.D., Allergist/Immunologist, Cleveland Clinic Florida, Clinical Associate Professor, FAU Charles E. Schmidt College of Medicine
Anaphylaxis is a severe, whole-body allergic reaction to an allergen. Anaphylaxis happens quickly after allergen exposure, is severe, and involves the whole body. Anaphylaxis affects between 1.5% and 5% of people.
How to use EpiPen (video)
Anaphylaxis action plan
Anaphylaxis pocket card by AAAAI (PDF)
What to expect when visiting an allergy clinic
Current allergy skin tests are virtually painless. This video by Dr. Bassett, a board-certified allergist from New York City, shows what to expect when visiting an allergy clinic for diagnosis and treatment:
Questions to ask if a patient has a suspected episode of anaphylaxis
How to manage anaphylaxis in primary care http://bit.ly/2DuK5BZ
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