Acute Anaphylaxis Clinical Care Standard

Acute Anaphylaxis Clinical Care StandardThe National Allergy Strategy is proud to have supported the development of the Acute Anaphylaxis Clinical Care Standard.

The Acute Anaphylaxis Clinical Care Standard is underpinned by ASCIA’s guidelines for the acute management of anaphylaxis. We believe the Acute Anaphylaxis Clinical Care Standard will help improve emergency treatment of anaphylaxis in Australia whether it is being managed in a hospital or in the community by paramedics or general practitioners.

The Acute Anaphylaxis Clinical Care Standard also ensures that the patient’s needs are supported allowing patients to have easy access to their adrenaline injectors when in hospital and most importantly, provided with education, support and referrals they need when they are discharged after anaphylaxis.

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Content updated March 2022

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Allergic diseases have become an increasingly important chronic disease and public health issue in Australia and other developed countries over the last two decades, contributing to increased demand for medical services, significant economic cost of care and reduced quality of life of people with allergic diseases and their carers.

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Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA) is the leading medical organisation for allergy in Australia. 

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Allergy & Anaphylaxis Australia (A&AA) is the leading patient support organisation for allergy in Australia. 

The National Allergy Strategy has received funding from the Australian Government Department of Health for the following projects:
Food allergy prevention | 250K Youth Project | Food service | Drug allergy | Shared Care Model

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