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Here Comes Pollen Season – Help Educate Asthma Patients About Medication Options in School
Posted on: 4/25/2017

mlgasthmaDoes your medical office treat children? With pollen season in full swing in the Prairie State, you may be seeing an increase of asthma flare-ups among young patients. In addition to seasonal allergy symptoms, airborne pollens can trigger asthmatic reactions. 

To help inform students and parents about what procedures public and private schools must follow concerning asthma, access ISMS' medical legal guideline, Self-Administration of Asthma Medication in School. This resource covers the self-administration and self-carry of asthma medication and epinephrine auto-injectors by students in a school setting. 

Questions? Contact ISMS' legal department at 800-782-4767 or by email.

This medical legal guideline is password protected. If you wish to access this resource and need to request a username and password as a practice management professional of an ISMS member, please contact us.

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