Always be prepared!
Any person at risk for anaphylaxis should have:
- 2 Epinephrine Autoinjectors – see below for some commonly prescribed brands – please see our Medication Carriers links for products that make carrying epinephrine at ALL TIMES easy.
- Emergency Action Plan – follow this link to the Food Allergy Research and Educations Action Plan – there are others available – pick one and have on hand at all times.
- Medical ID bracelet or tag – there are many businesses listed in resources page including MediAlert Foundation, that also provides medical info to emergency responders during an anaphylactic emergency.
Online anaphylaxis training videos
- Epicenter Medical, Anaphylaxis First Aid: An Allergic Emergency
- University of Utah School of Medicine, A Shot to Live
Information about Anaphylaxis
- Anaphylaxis Table with simplified version of the information that can be found in this paper: http://pediatrics.aappublications.org/content/111/Supplement_3/1601.full.pdf
- AAIA Anaphylaxis Information and Brochures
- AANMA Anaphylaxis Guide – individuals with asthma are at higher risk of death from anaphylaxis.
- FDA “Food Facts: Food Allergies – What you need to know”
IFIC Understanding Food Allergy
- National Institute of Allergy and Infectious Disease“Food Allergy Overview”
- USDA National Agricultural Library Resource List on Food Allergies
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