I wrote the online course “First Aid For Anaphylaxis: An Allergic Emergency” in an effort to save lives, and it has been credited with saving a life. The course follows the World Allergy Organization Guidelines For The Assessment And Management Of Anaphylaxis, which incorporate contributions from more than 100 allergy/immunology specialists on 6 continents, and I have never seen a case of allergic injury (coma, brain damage) or death when this protocol is followed. The course also touches on the correct use of epinephrine for emergency treatment of severe life-threatening asthma attacks. As users have been unable to access the course for the past several months, I am posting it here.
You may view the entire course for free by on each of the video links below* There is an Introduction, Modules 1 through 5, and a Summary, which should be viewed in order.
A video preview of the course is here:
An illustrated Anaphylaxis First Aid poster is here: http://blog.onespotallergy.com/wp-content/uploads/2016/05/anaphylaxis-first-aid-info-sheet.pdf
Several reviews of the course are here:
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