What should you do if someone nearby has an acute allergic reaction?
Be conscious and call an ambulance first.
Then if there is an injection drug Immediate injection when you see the first signs of an acute allergic reaction. If the symptoms you are seeing are not caused by an acute allergic reaction Medicines that are injected to the patient will not cause side effects. But if the symptoms arise from the actual allergy Injections will help And first aiders should inform the treating physician for further treatment of symptoms After the injection Should follow the following principles.
Try to console the patient to keep calm and not panic.
Let the patient lie down.
Lift the patient's foot approximately 12 inches and cover with a blanket.
If the victim begins vomiting or bleeding, sleep on his side.
If the victim is wearing tight clothing, loosen it to make breathing easier.
The patient should receive epinephrine as soon as possible to relieve symptoms. And first aiders should avoid giving oral pills, either tablets or liquid pills. And the patient's head should never be raised. Especially patients with severe respiratory symptoms
Restoration for people with acute allergic reactions
If the victim is breathing, coughing, or moving People who are nearby may need to give a respirator or CPR. The first aid provider does not need to be trained. By doing approximately 100 compressions per minute or until ambulance arrives. CPR is a course to practice if you have the epinephrine and injections with you to prevent it from getting worse. Where possible, ask someone close to first aid practice.