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How to Manage Insect Allergy: From Military to First Responders

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    How do insect allergies present challenges in emergency situations to first responders? What are the best ways to diagnose and treat anaphylaxis in patients away from a clinical setting? Host Dr. Ketan Sheth talks with Dr. Renata Engler, associate professor in the department of medicine at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, about treating insect allergy in the field. How is proper transport and storage of epinephrine particularly difficult for those in the military or others traveling to remote locations, and what can physicians do to ensure safety for patients in these situations?

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    How do insect allergies present challenges in emergency situations to first responders? What are the best ways to diagnose and treat anaphylaxis in patients away from a clinical setting? Host Dr. Ketan Sheth talks with Dr. Renata Engler, associate professor in the department of medicine at the Uniformed Services University of the Health Sciences, about treating insect allergy in the field. How is proper transport and storage of epinephrine particularly difficult for those in the military or others traveling to remote locations, and what can physicians do to ensure safety for patients in these situations?

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