Does anyone have a care plan for their asthma/allergies at work, so that colleagues know what to do? I'm writing one for myself, have put the standard asthma attack advice, but unsure what to do about allergies.
I had a borderline reaction to a wasp sting - asthma nurse said it was borderline anaphylaxis but GP didn't think I needed an epi-pen. Asthma nurse said in the case of a severe reaction, take up to 20 puffs of ventolin while waiting for an ambulance, as it has the same effect as adrenaline. Is there anything else I should be saying about how to deal with this? As I'm writing this I've realised I don't actually know myself! What can I say to help colleagues with how to recognise a reaction and what to do?