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"Anaphylaxis is a severe and sudden allergic reaction when a person is exposed to an allergen. The most common allergens are eggs, peanuts, tree nuts (e.g. cashews), cow's milk, fish and shellfish, wheat, soy, certain insect stings and medications."

 
 
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Skinhaler (Asthma Inhaler Case) Black

Skinhaler (Asthma Inhaler Case) Black 
The safest and most convenient way to carry and protect your Asthma Inhaler.
 
  • Clip it to your keys
  • Attach it to your school bag
  • Clip it to your jeans
  • Pop it in your hand bag
 
Easy to use with a built in cap holder.
 
 
 
Made to suit the standard 9cm inhaler
 

SAFE - SECURE - STERILE - SKINS

 
The Activeaide Asthma inhaler protector will suit all 9cm inhalers such as Ventolin, Asmol and others.
 
Made of food grade silicone, the skinhaler is strong and durable.
 

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FEATURE ARTICLE: Guidelines for Schools - The Role of the Student


The role of students with life‐threatening allergies will change and increase as they become older. The level of independence in the care and management of an allergic condition is based on the student’s developmental level.


With this in mind, students should be able to:


  • Take as much responsibility as possible, based on developmental level, for avoiding allergens.
  • Learn to recognize symptoms of an allergic reaction and alert an adult immediately if a reaction is suspected or symptoms appear.
  • Avoid allergen exposure as much as possible.
    Food:
    • Do not trade or share food with anyone;
    • Tell your school nurse and teachers that you have a food allergy
    • Wash hands before and after eating;
    • Not eat any food with unknown ingredients; and
    • Learn to read food labels.
    Insect stings:
    • Avoid wearing brightly colored clothing, perfume, hair spray, or any heavily scented soaps/shampoos;
    • Tell your school nurse and teachers that you have an insect sting allergy;
    • Wear closed‐toed shoes; and wear clothing that inhibits insect bites.
    • When eating outdoors, keep food covered until eaten since scent of food attracts bees, and stay away from garbage cans.
    Latex:
    • Avoid contact with latex gloves and other products;
    • Tell your school nurse and teachers that you have a latex allergy so they can replace products with non‐latex substitutes; and
    • Avoid areas where there is a possibility to inhale powder from latex gloves worn by others.
  • Develop a relationship with the school nurse and/or another trusted adult in the school to assist in the successful management of the allergy while in school.
  • Develop trusting relationships with peers who understand the importance of avoiding allergens.
  • Report any teasing or harassment to a school employee.


Always carry your Epipen® or anapen (and ensure that the schools has one and knows where yours is kept) in an Activeaide EpiPen® pouch or Anapen pouch.


The Activeaide Auto Injector holders are made of medical quality materials and designed with three layers, giving your Epipen® or anapen great protection. As well as Anaphylaxis Management, Activeaide also has great products to help with Asthma Management.