Anaphylactic Shock Home Care
Anaphylaxis requires immediate care in an emergency department. Those who have severe allergies may have an epinephrine injection syringe, such as EpiPen. Give yourself an injection of epinephrine immediately for symptoms of anaphylaxis.
Following treatment in the emergency department, home care includes:
Anaphylactic Shock Warning Signs
Notify your doctor if you have anaphylaxis and any of the following:
Continue to Anaphylactic Shock Prevention
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