SOLUTIONS TO EXERCISES, LESSON 3
Injections such as penicillin and tetanus antitoxin.
Ingestion of foods such as shellfish or berries.
Insect stings of bee, wasp, yellow jacket, and hornet.
Inhalation of dust and pollen. (para 3-2)
Any five of the following.
Difficulty in respiration, wheezing, coughing, and a sense of suffocation.
Weak, rapid, or imperceptible pulse.
Decreased blood pressure.
Cyanosis or blueness around the lips.
Flushing, burning, or itching sensation of the skin.
Vomiting, convulsions, and abdominal cramps. (para 3-3c)
Maintain the airway.
Assist in ventilation, if equipment is available.
Administer oxygen, if available
Monitor blood pressure every five to 15 minutes.
Start an IV, preferably using Ringer's lactate or normal saline solution.
Perform CPR if necessary. (para 3-3d)
End of Lesson 3