Asthma & Anaphylaxis

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Anaphylaxis and Adrenaline

The treatment for an anaphylactic reaction is the injection of adrenaline using an epinephrine auto-injector such as an EpiPen or AnaPen.

Asthma and Smoking

As well as the negative health effects on people in general, smoking worsens asthma. Learn more about the effects that smoking can have on sufferers.

Anaphylaxis and Hypotension

When someone goes into anaphylactic shock, hypotension is associated with these symptoms. Find out what these factors are for any first aid emergency.

Asthma and Pregnancy

When a woman is pregnant her body will go through many changes. It's important to know the risks of Asthma during pregancy. Find out more.
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Asthma and Exercise

Sometimes, exercise can be a trigger for asthma. If you find yourself or another person coughing or wheezing - know what to do in an emergency with these tips.

Fire Ants: What to do if stung?

If you have anaphylaxis you should respond to a fire ant sting with the following steps. Learn about first aid for fire ant stings.

How to be ready for any asthma & anaphylaxis emergency in your home

If you, a family member or a friend have asthma or anaphylaxis, it is important that both you and your home are prepared. Be prepared with these three steps.

Asthma attack onset: learning to know the signs and symptoms

Being able to recognise the signs and symptoms of an asthma attack onset is crucial to preventing an asthma emergency.

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