Overcoming Obstacles to Carrying and Using Self-Injectable Epinephrine
Join a discussion led by a Pediatric Emergency Medicine specialist to learn how you can best protect a child during anaphylaxis, a medical emergency.
What should you do when a child in your care has a serious allergic reaction? Join a discussion led by a Pediatric Emergency Medicine specialist to learn how you can best protect a child during anaphylaxis, a medical emergency. Topics include up-to-date information on epinephrine usage, common misunderstandings about epinephrine, and case examples.
About the Presenter
W. Scott Russell, MD, Associate Professor of Pediatrics at the Medical University of South Carolina (MUSC), is Medical Director of the MUSC Pediatric Emergency Department and Senior Medical Director of MUSC Children’s Hospital. Dr. Russell holds fellow standing in both the American Academy of Pediatrics and American College of Emergency Physicians. He is author of 19 manuscripts, including four articles on anaphylaxis management, guidelines and best practices. Funding for this webinar was made possible in part through a 2016 grant from Mylan Specialty, L.P.