Anaphylaxis: patient diagnosis and treatment

Anaphylaxis is a severe and potentially life-threatening condition that is becoming increasingly prevalent. Healthcare professionals working in a variety of settings need to know how to recognise this condition and the importance of treating it promptly. This learning module describes the pathophysiology, causes and treatment of anaphylaxis.

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Course attendee (September 2016)
This course was informative, easy to follow, and relevant to all healthcare and emergency staff whatever the setting.
Course attendee (November 2016)
Good overview of statistics around anaphylaxis, the recognition of symptoms, management and advice to be given to patients and their immediate relatives and friends.
Course attendee (November 2016)
The course has increased my confidence and I feel more ready to deal with any anaphylaxis. It consolidated my knowledge of anaphylaxis theory and practical management.
Course attendee (August 2016)
Overall a good course. I work in an acute setting and knowing how to identify anaphylactic shock early is important to be able to save lives.

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