The air we breathe is filled with pollen, pollutants, and dust. Most children and adults are unaffected by these intruders. For a large number of children, however, these simple contaminants can make life miserable.
In an effort to appropriately treat anaphylaxis—a potentially life-threating, severe allergic reaction—the American Academy of Pediatrics developed a clinical report to explain to pediatricians and other health care providers how to create and use the new AAP Allergy and Anaphylaxis Emergency Plan. Learn more here.