Anaphylaxis Resources

ASCIA anaphylaxis resourcesAnaphylaxis is a potentially life threatening severe allergic reaction, that requires immediate treatment with adrenaline (epinephrine), which can save lives. Anaphylaxis should always be treated as a medical emergency. Call an ambulance (000 in Australia or 111 in New Zealand), immediately after giving an adrenaline autoinjector.

Current ASCIA Action Plans are the 2020 versions, however, the 2018 versions are still valid for use throughout 2020, or until the review date on the plan. ASCIA Action Plans do not expire, and therefore the plan is still valid beyond the date of review, which is a guide for the patient to go back to their doctor.    

This webpage includes links to:

Action Plans, Checklists
Allergic Reactions Clinical History Form New April 2020 (with type in fields and tick boxes)
Adrenaline autoinjector information
Anaphylaxis Guidelines

Anaphylaxis Guidelines - Schools/Childcare
Anaphylaxis Guidelines - Health Professionals

ASCIA anaphylaxis e-training courses

Anaphylaxis e-training - Schools/Early Childhood Education/Care Updated January 2020 
Anaphylaxis e-training - Health Professionals Updated February 2020
Anaphylaxis e-training - Community Updated January 2020

Translations of anaphylaxis information 

Anaphylaxis patient information - English 
Anaphylaxis patient information - other languages
Anaphylaxis patient information - Maori, Samoan, Tongan  
First Aid for Anaphylaxis - English 
First Aid for Anaphylaxis - other languages 
First Aid for Anaphylaxis - Maori, Samoan, Tongan 
Fact sheet for parents - English and other languages  
Fact sheet for parents - Maori, Samoan, Tongan 
How to give EpiPen - other languages 
How to give EpiPen - Maori, Samoan, Tongan 

Translations of chef cards are available from the Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia website 
 
Translations of asthma action plans are available from the National Asthma Council website
General allergy information
Fast Facts about anaphylaxis can be found here:

Information for patients, consumer and carers
Dietary avoidance for food allergy information sheets
Information for schools and childcare
Information for health professionals

Content updated August 2020
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