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Nigel Henderson Senior Lecturer in Intensive Care, South Bank University, London

This article outlines the nurse’s role in treating people who are experiencing an anaphylactic reaction. It originally appeared in Nursing Standard (1998) 12,47,49-55. Readers who successfully completely an assessment on that occasion may not do so again

Emergency Nurse. 6, 7, 33-37. doi: 10.7748/en1998.

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