Vaccinators need to manage potential anaphylaxis

anaphlaxis: hand holding vaccine
Given the rollout of pharmacy vaccination programs it is crucial vaccinators know how to administer auto-injectors if anaphylaxis occurs, say researchers. The researchers stress that using an auto-injector differs from advice in the Australian Immunisation Handbook, which recommends using adrenaline ampoules and measuring the dose with a syringe. “Auto-injectors are easy to use and allow

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