Act quickly if someone experiences the symptoms of an anaphylactic reaction. True
anaphylaxis is a medical emergency and requires immediate treatment in an
emergency department of a hospital, where the person can be watched closely and
life-saving treatment can be given.
Do not attempt to treat severe
reaction wait it out" at home. Go immediately to the nearest emergency
department or call an ambulance.
While waiting for the ambulance, try to stay calm
If at all possible, you or your companions should be
prepared to tell medical personnel what
medications you take and your allergy history.
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