The intent of the “Anaphylaxis Treatment Protocol Order Set” is to facilitate initiation of appropriate orders for follow-up after an anaphylactic event. The order set includes appropriate follow-up of a stable adult patient with a recent diagnosis of anaphylaxis, including allergy consult, epinephrine auto-injector (Epi-Pen), and epinephrine auto-injector training device.
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Structured code that is interpretable by a computer (includes data elements, value sets, logic)
- Patient Age Group
- Adult Patient
- Workflow Setting
- Emergency Medicine
- Clinical Venue
- Target User
- Provider to include Emergency Medicine
- Workflow Task
- Derived From
- Primary Care: Anaphylaxis Treatment Protocol Clinical Content White Paper
- Associated Resource
- Primary Care: Anaphylaxis Treatment Protocol Order Set Conceptual Structure Document
- Associated Resource
- Primary Care: Anaphylaxis Treatment Protocol Order Set KNART Validation Report
See attached resource files for additional details. Department of Veterans Affairs, Veterans Health Administration, Office of Informatics and Information Governance, Clinical Decision Support (CDS) Content and Health Level 7 (HL7)-Compliant Knowledge Artifacts (KNARTs) Eye Care Clinical Content White Paper, VA118-16-D-1008, Task Order VA-118-16-F-1008-0007, June, 2018.
- EPIPEN - epinephrine injection; EPIPEN JR- epinephrine injection [Internet].: National Library of Medicine; 2017. Available from: https://dailymed.nlm.nih.gov/dailymed/drugInfo.cfm?setid=7560c201-9246-487c-a13b-6295db04274a.
- Lieberman, Phillip, et al. 'Anaphylaxis--a practice parameter update 2015.' Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology 115.5 (2015): 341-384.
- Campbell, Ronna L., et al. 'Emergency department diagnosis and treatment of anaphylaxis: a practice parameter.' Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology 113.6 (2014): 599-608.