CYANS anaphylaxis management guideline

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A clear guidance summary on the recognition and management of anaphylaxis in children and young people. Includes an emergency treatment algorithm

The following Guidelines  article summarises the recommendations for anaphylaxis management for children and young people in Scotland. Read on for information regarding:

  • Definition of anaphylaxis
  • Recognition of anaphylaxis
  • Clinical presentation
  • Emergency management of anaphylaxis
  • Further hospital management
  • Discharge from hospital
  • Follow-up/outpatient care comprehensive management package—RCPCH Guidelines

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