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First Aid Treatment for Anaphylaxis in English and other Languages

ASCIA First Aid Treatment for AnaphylaxisAnaphylaxis is a severe allergic reaction and potentially life threatening.

It should always be treated as a medical emergency, requiring immediate treatment.

Most cases of anaphylaxis occur after a person with a severe allergy is exposed to the allergen they are allergic to (usually a food, insect or medication).

Translations of First Aid Treatment for Anaphylaxis information are available below.

These translations were funded by an educational grant from the Sydney Children's Hospitals Network (SCHN).

English
pdfASCIA First aid for anaphylaxis 2017258.21 KB 

Arabic
pdfArabic ASCIA PCC Anaphylaxis First Aid 2017145.49 KB

Chinese Simple
pdfChinese Sim ASCIA PCC Anaphylaxis First Aid 2017126.33 KB

Chinese Traditional
pdfChinese Trad Anaphylaxis First Aid 2017131.93 KB 

Dinka (South Sudan) 
pdfDinka ASCIA PCC Anaphylaxis First Aid 2017106.73 KB  

French 
pdfFrench ASCIA PCC Anaphylaxis First Aid 201770.31 KB

Greek  
pdfGreek ASCIA PCC Anaphylaxis First Aid 2017135.29 KB

Hindi
pdfHindi ASCIA PCC Anaphylaxis First Aid 2017121.72 KB

Indonesian  
pdfIndonesian ASCIA PCC Anaphylaxis First Aid 201773.76 KB

Italian  
pdfItalian ASCIA PCC Anaphylaxis First Aid 201772.12 KB

Japanese
pdfJapanese ASCIA PCC Anaphylaxis First Aid 2017305.53 KB 

Korean
pdfKorean ASCIA PCC Anaphylaxis First Aid 2017242.80 KB

Macedonian 
pdfMacedonian ASCIA PCC Anaphylaxis First Aid 2017116.87 KB

Persian/Dari  
pdfPersian ASCIA PCC Anaphylaxis First Aid 2017124.39 KB

Spanish 
pdfSpanish ASCIA PCC Anaphylaxis First Aid 201767.66 KB

Tagalog (Phillipines)  
pdfTagalog ASCIA PCC Anaphylaxis First Aid 201773.59 KB

Turkish 
pdfTurkish ASCIA PCC Anaphylaxis First Aid 2017126.02 KB

Vietnamese  
pdfVietnamese ASCIA PCC Anaphylaxis First Aid 2017123.66 KB

Disclaimer

ASCIA First Aid for Anaphylaxis is based on the content of the ASCIA Action Plan for Anaphylaxis.

It should be used together with instructions on how to use an adrenaline (epinephrine) autoinjector (e.g EpiPen) which are also available on the ASCIA website: 

www.allergy.org.au/health-professionals/anaphylaxis-resources/how-to-give-epipen-in-english-and-other-languages

This document has been developed and peer reviewed by ASCIA members and is based on expert opinion and the available published literature at the time of review. The development of this document is not funded by any commercial sources and is not influenced by commercial organisations. Information contained in this document is not intended to replace medical advice and any questions regarding a medical diagnosis or treatment should be directed to a medical practitioner.  

Content Updated August 2017

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