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ALLERGIES, LATEX, ANAPHYLAXIS, ASTHMA & ASTHMATIC EMERGENCIES - Four Course Group

ALLERGIES, LATEX, ANAPHYLAXIS, ASTHMA & ASTHMATIC EMERGENCIES - Four Course Group

This GROUP contains our FOUR COURSES on allergies and asthmatic emergencies for only $30---a $20 savings. ALLERGIES - The immune system reacts to a foreign substance that is not generally harmful (examples – certain foods, latex, pollen, insect stings/bites, medications or pet dander). This course provides basic information on the management and treatment of allergies. ANAPHYLAXIS is a severe, potentially life-threatening allergic reaction. It may occur in adults or children not previously known to be allergic or hypersensitive. The reaction ranges from mild, self-limited symptoms to rapid death. Symptoms of a reaction can occur within seconds to minutes after exposure. This course will review signs, symptoms and treatment of this life threatening condition. LATEX ALLERGY is a reaction to certain proteins found in natural rubber latex, a product manufactured from a milky fluid that comes from the rubber tree. Latex allergy may cause allergic reactions ranging from sneezing or a runny nose to anaphylaxis, a potentially life-threatening condition. This course will review signs, symptoms and treatment of this latex allergies. ASTHMA AND ASTHMATIC EMERGENCIES - Asthma is a chronic inflammatory disease of the airways. It is best understood as the clinical result of two linked processes, airway inflammation, and bronchial hyper-reactivity. While bronchial hyper-reactivity is often genetically determined, viral infection may induce asthma. Airway inflammation is often triggered by allergies or viral illness. This course will review signs, symptoms, and treatment of asthma and asthmatic emergencies

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$30.00
ALLERGIES Course

ALLERGIES Course

ALLERGIES The immune system reacts to a foreign substance that is not generally harmful (examples – certain foods, latex, pollen, insect stings/bites, medications or pet dander). This course provides basic information on the management and treatment of allergies. OBJECTIVES: List the learner objectives in behavioral/measurable outcomes for evaluation. After completing this activity, the learner will be able to… · Describe 2 signs and symptoms of children who present with allergies in school. · Articulate management and treatment of allergies. · State 2 possible complications of allergies. · Explain why both an individualized Healthcare Plan AND an Individualized Emergency Plan should be developed for students presenting with allergies.

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$10.00
LATEX ALLERGY Course

LATEX ALLERGY Course

ALLERGIES The immune system reacts to a foreign substance that is not generally harmful (examples – certain foods, latex, pollen, insect stings/bites, medications or pet dander). This course provides basic information on the management and treatment of allergies. After completing this activity, the learner will be able to… Describe 2 signs and symptoms of children who present with allergies in school. Articulate management and treatment of allergies. State 2 possible complications of allergies. Explain why both an individualized Healthcare Plan AND an Individualized Emergency Plan should be developed for students presenting with allergies.

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$10.00
ANAPHYLAXIS Course

ANAPHYLAXIS Course

ANAPHYLAXIS Anaphylaxis is a severe, potentially life-threatening allergic reaction. It may occur in adults or children not previously known to be allergic or hypersensitive. The reaction ranges from mild, self-limited symptoms to rapid death. Symptoms of a reaction can occur within seconds to minutes after exposure. This course will review signs, symptoms and treatment of this life threatening condition. OBJECTIVES: List the learner objectives in behavioral/measurable outcomes for evaluation. After completing this activity, the learner will be able to… · Describe 3 signs and symptoms of children who present with anaphylaxis in school. · Articulate management and treatment of anaphylaxis. · Describe components of an emergency care plan for the student with severe allergy who may have anaphylaxis. Describe how epinephrine will be available to the student at all times (on person, in classroom (s)/cafeteria, when on bus or school sponsored event). Locate if available, Standing Orders/or a physician directed nursing protocol for epinephrine from a school physician/physician and stock epinephrine in the health room

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$15.00
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