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Translated Information

ASCIA First Aid for anaphylaxis in English and other languages

ASCIA Fact Sheet for Parents of Children at Risk of Anaphylaxis in NSW – Other Languages

This fact sheet contains the following sections:

  • What is anaphylaxis and how is it treated

  • If your child has been diagnosed at risk of anaphylaxis, what their treating doctor should provide

  • What is the role of the parent

  • What are the responsibilities of your child’s school, preschool or childcare service

  • Further information

NSW Food Authority:

Brochure: Food allergy and intolerance
(http://www.foodauthority.nsw.gov.au/_Documents/foodsafetyandyou/food_allergy_intolerance_brochure.pdftranslated into:

Accessed 12 Nov, 2016

 

Travelling to Italy visit Food Allergy Italia

Travelling to Germany 

Content updated January 2017

 

IN AN EMERGENCY

If you are having an allergic reaction follow advice on your ASCIA Action Plan.

If in doubt, give the Anapen® or EpiPen®.

Do not call us for emergency advice.

If you do not have an ASCIA Action Plan and/or an Anapen® or EpiPen® call triple zero (000) for an ambulance.