Allergic Reactions: Quick Response

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  • Recognize common symptoms: itching, hives, swelling, difficulty breathing, dizziness, and rapid heartbeat.
  • Call emergency services immediately (e.g., 911).
  • Help the person use their prescribed epinephrine auto-injector.
  • Support them in a comfortable position and encourage calmness.
  • Monitor vital signs and be prepared to perform CPR if needed.
  • Avoid triggers and seek medical follow-up.

Swift action is vital in managing allergic reactions.

Disclaimer: This information is for reference purposes only and does not substitute professional medical advice. Contact emergency services and healthcare professionals for immediate assistance.

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