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Healthcare Anaphylaxis Level 2 (VTQ)

Who can take this Course?

Healthcare Workers


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VTQ Level 2

About the Course

Healthcare employees need training in handling all kinds of medical emergencies. In particular, healthcare professionals who face a regular influx of patients with allergic reactions need training with the latest knowledge on handling such emergencies. Healthcare Anaphylaxis Level 2 is the second tier for healthcare professionals looking to gain a deeper and more advanced understanding of Anaphylaxis.

Anaphylaxis is a severe form of an allergic reaction, but it can occur at any time and without any warning. Anaphylaxis is a life-threatening allergic reaction that can happen when someone is allergic to foods, drugs, chemicals and insect bites. Anaphylaxis is a severe medical condition that occurs when someone reacts to certain substances. The Healthcare Anaphylaxis Level 2 course will equip healthcare professionals with advanced knowledge about this life-threatening condition. The curriculum covers different aspects of Anaphylaxis, such as its causes, symptoms, and treatments.

The different aspects of Anaphylaxis include the following:

· Cause- An allergic reaction can be various foods, drugs, or insect bites.

· Symptoms- The symptoms of Anaphylaxis vary depending on the person and the allergen involved. They might include shortness of breath, chest pain, rash, hives or itching.

Treatment of Anaphylaxis - No one treatment works for everyone, but most people require emergency medical help such as · Epinephrine - This medication helps reduce anaphylaxis symptoms.

· Rescue breathing - If someone has Anaphylaxis and becomes unconscious, rescue breathing can help them breathe if they become asphyxiated due to swelling of the airways.

In addition, they'll learn all about the different types of epinephrine autoinjectors (EpiPens), including their uses and side effects.

This course focuses on the advanced concepts in anaphylaxis care that healthcare professionals need. By attending this class, you'll learn how to assess whether a patient has suffered from an allergy or not, how epinephrine shots work, and what other vital signs like rash or hives should prompt you to rush them to the hospital for treatment. After completing the curriculum, your understanding will be more profound than ever before, and you'll be able to respond when faced with this unpredictable disease quickly.

Healthcare Anaphylaxis Level 2 (VTQ) is for healthcare professionals who require a more advanced course in Anaphylaxis care. The course covers our standard course with the applications of the special considerations that healthcare professionals face. We follow the recommendations by UK Resuscitation Council, covering the use of Epi-Pens, Jext and Emerade, as well as recognition of signs, treatment, concerns and activating the emergency team. Knowing what to do promptly can save a life.

A specialised course in Anaphylaxis will equip you to be competent and help you manage the situation confidently. It will also teach you when to call an ambulance and manage the patient when the ambulance is on its way. In addition, it can also give you some tips on post-anaphylactic shock management, which is essential for both patients and medical staff members.

We understand healthcare professionals need a different understanding of what they are handling, so we offer them a comprehensive education in Anaphylaxis that includes all aspects of this condition from its diagnosis to its treatment. The course follows the recommendations for Anaphylaxis care laid down by the UK Resuscitation Council.

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We also have a 100% classroom course, and the certificate is valid for one year. To renew complete the same course again.

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