Management of vaccine-related anaphylaxis in the pharmacy

Anaphylaxis is a rare, potentially life-threatening event that pharmacists, particularly pharmacist vaccinators, must be able to recognise and treat promptly.1 By Dr Mary Bushell BPharm (Hons), PhD, GCTLHE, AACPA, MPS, registered pharmacist and clinical assistant professor in pharmacy at the University of Canberra Learning Objectives After completing this activity, pharmacists should be able to: describe

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