Treatment of Anaphylaxis in Outpatient Setting

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Kelsie Ophus
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Treatment of Anaphylaxis in Outpatient Setting

For outpatient/ambulatory settings, what is your process for treatment of anaphylaxis? Do you stock anaphylaxis kits w/vial, epi-pens, singular items in your regular med storage? Do you have standing orders in place?

Intrigued at what other institutions are doing well that we can learn from as we analyze our processes.