First Aid FAQ's

How do you prevent anaphylactic shock?

Anaphylactic shock is a potentially life-threatening complication in which an extreme drop in blood circulation can cause organ damage. If you develop symptoms of anaphylaxis, you will need an emergency injection of epinephrine (adrenaline). People with a history of severe allergies should carry an epinephrine self-injector (EpiPen) and wear a medical ID bracelet.

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