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Management of Asthma Exacerbations: School Treatment Suggested Emergency Nursing Protocol for Students with Asthma Who Don't Have a Personal Asthma Action Plan

Ideally a school nurse is available for emergency care at all times and would use a nursing protocol. This Suggested Emergency Nursing Protocol can be used by state or district school health services directors or coordinators along with local asthma care providers and emergency care providers as a framework for the development of a local standard protocol that is written for appropriately trained staff who will be responsible for implementing the protocol in local schools.

Item No.: 08-EMERGPROTASTHM
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Format: NHLBI produced publications : Black and White
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Subject: Asthma
Audience: Health Professionals and General Public
Language: English
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Date of Publication: 2008


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