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Medical: 5

Allergies and Anaphylaxis: 5 ═══════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════════ ══════════════════════════

  • 2.

    Respiratory system

  • 3.

    Gastrointestinal system

  • 4.

    Nervous system

III.

Assessment findings

A. B .

C.

D.

E.

F.

G.

H.

Not all signs and symptoms are present in every case History

  • 1.

    Previous exposure

  • 2.

    Previous experience to exposure

  • 3.

    Onset of symptoms

  • 4.

    Dyspnea

Level of consciousness

  • 1.

    Unable to speak

  • 2.

    Restless

  • 3.

    Decreased level of consciousness

  • 4.

    Unresponsive

Upper airway

  • 1.

    Hoarseness

  • 2.

    Stridor

  • 3.

    Pharyngeal edema/ spasm

Lower airway

  • 1.

    Tachypnea

  • 2.

    Hypoventilation

  • 3.

    Labored - accessory muscle use

  • 4.

    Abnormal retractions

  • 5.

    Prolonged expirations

  • 6.

    Wheezes

  • 7.

    Diminished lung sounds

Skin

  • 1.

    Redness

  • 2.

    Rashes

  • 3.

    Edema

  • 4.

    Moisture

  • 5.

    Itching

  • 6.

    Urticaria

  • 7.

    Pallor

  • 8.

    Cyanotic

Vital signs

  • 1.

    Tachycardia

  • 2.

    Hypotension

Gastrointestinal

1. 2. 3.

Abnormal crampings Nausea/ vomiting Diarrhea

Assessment tools

1. 2. 3

.

Cardiac monitor Pulse oximetry low End tidal CO2 high

I.

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