Annual Food Allergy and Anaphylaxis Quiz
View or Review the associated training module before taking this quiz. Please complete the training and quiz by September 8, 2017
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What is a food allergy? *
Anaphylaxis is a severe, life threatening allergic reaction. *
Which of the following symptoms are a sign of the onset of a severe allergic reaction? *
All of the following are foods that commonly cause allergic reactions Except: *
The proper site for administration of Epinephrine through the use of an Auto-injector is: *
The Epi-Pen cannot be injected through clothing. *
The medication Epinephrine acts by: *
How long should the Epi-Pen be held in place after being injected? *
A student is in the lunch room and has symptoms of a mild allergic reaction. After calling for the nurse, you would: *
Once the school nurse has delegated the responsibility to carry, and perhaps administer, an Epi-Pen to you, are you allowed to pass it to another individual? *
If a child with a known life-threatening allergy is exhibiting signs of an anaphylactic reaction, what should you do first? *
What measures should be taken following the administration of an Epi-Pen? *
After completing this quiz, please see your school nurse for an Epi-Pen demonstration.
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