Two adrenaline auto-injectors

5th June 2014 The Medicines and Healthcare Products Regulatory Agency (MHRA) has recently issued revised guidance for the prescribing and use of adrenaline auto-injectors. In summary:  People who have been prescribed an Adrenaline Auto-Injector (AAI) because of the risk of anaphylaxis should carry two with them at all times for emergency on the spot use. …

Food safety

https://www.food.gov.uk/ what’s new in food ? we provide Training for person working with food The FSA Chairman, Heather Hancock, has today published the department’s plans to change food regulation in England, Wales and Northern Ireland. The document called, ‘Regulating Our Future – Why food regulation needs to change and how we are going to do…

Anaphylaxis

Adult Allergy 2017 the Year of the Adult 1 to 2% of adults in the UK have a food allergy with 52% of the Anaphylaxis Campaign member base being made up of adults aged 17 and over. Studies have shown that living with a severe allergy as an adult can cause a lot of anxiety…

Paediatric first aid

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