This Action Plan is for students in Nebraska schools and Early Childhood Education Programs established by school boards or ESU’s where the Emergency Response protocol is required.

The Student Asthma/Allergy Acon Plan has some important updates: ⇒

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There have been some updates to the language in the interest of health literacy as our understanding and knowledge connues to grow. Medicaons have been updated to reflect what is currently on the market. There is a new check box and line for health care providers to check which instructs administraon of epinephrine immediately upon ingeson of a known allergen. The check box stang that you have reviewed the use of medicaons in order for a student to self-manage at school MUST NOW BE CHECKED.

Health Care Providers—please provide BOTH pages! Page 1 is for the Health Care Provider to complete and sign. Page 2 is for the parent/caregiver to complete and sign.

The student will need a separate or different acon plan for home, college, work or other childcare se)ng where the Emergency Response protocol is NOT available.

EMPHASIZE THE FOLLOWING TO YOUR FAMILIES AND PATIENTS!

In order for the school to have all the informaon needed, BOTH pages should be completed and presented to the school, ALONG with the prescribed medicaons.

Student Asthma/Allergy Action Plan (This Page To Be Completed By Health Care Provider)

Student Name:

/

Date Of Birth: (MONTH)

/ (DAY)

(YEAR)

 Exercise Pre-Treatment: Administer inhaler (2 inhalations) 15-30 minutes prior to exercise. (e.g., PE, recess, etc).  Albuterol HFA inhaler (Proventil, Ventolin, ProAir)  Albuterol DPI (ProAir RespiClick)  Levalbuterol (Xopenex HFA)

 Use inhaler with valved holding chamber  Other:

Asthma Treatment Give quick relief medication when student has asthma symptoms, such as coughing, wheezing or tight chest.     

Albuterol HFA (Proventil, Ventolin, ProAir) 2 inhalations Albuterol DPI (ProAir RespiClick) 2 inhalations Levalbuterol (Xopenex HFA) 2 inhalations Use inhaler with valved holding chamber Albuterol inhaled by nebulizer (Proventil, Ventolin,

Anaphylaxis Treatment Give epinephrine when student has allergy symptoms, such as hives, hard to breathe (chest or neck “sucking in”), lips or fingernails turning blue, or trouble talking (shortness of breath).  EpiPen® 0.3 mg

 EpiPen® Jr 0.15 mg

 AUVI-Q® 0.3 mg

 AUVI-Q® Jr. 0.15 mg

 Other: ___________________________________

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 May carry & self-administer epi auto-injector

 .63 mg/3 mL  1.25 mg/3 mL  2.5 mg/3 ml

 Use epinephrine auto-injector immediately upon exposure to known allergen  If symptoms do not improve or they return, epinephrine can be repeated after 5 minutes or more Lay person flat on back and raise legs. If vomiting or difficulty breathing, let them lie on their side.

 Levalbuterol inhaled by nebulizer (Xopenex)  0.31 mg/3 mL  0.63 mg/3 mL  1.25 mg/3 mL  May carry & self-administer inhaler (MDI)  Other:

Closely Watch the Student after Giving Quick Relief Medication If, after 10 minutes: • • •

Symptoms are better, student may return to classroom after notifying parent/guardian Symptoms are not better, give the treatment again and notify parent/guardian right away

If student continues to get worse, CALL 911 and use the Nebraska Schools’ Emergency Response to Life-Threatening Asthma or Systemic Allergic Reactions (Anaphylaxis) Protocol

CALL 911 After Giving Epinephrine & Closely Watch the Student • •



Notify parent/guardian immediately Even if student gets better, the student should be watched for more signs/ symptoms of anaphylaxis in an emergency facility

If student does not get better or continues to get worse, use the Nebraska Schools’ Emergency Response to Life-Threatening Asthma or Systemic Allergic Reactions (Anaphylaxis) Protocol

 This Student has the ability to self-manage Student’s Health Condition and I authorize Student to self-manage in accordance with this Plan. If medications are self-administered, the school staff must be notified immediately. Additional information: (i.e. asthma triggers, allergens) Health Care Provider name: (please print)

Phone:

Health Care Provider signature:

Date:

Parent signature:

Date:

Reviewed by school nurse/nurse designee:

Date:

Page 1 of 2

Version: 06/17

Student Asthma/Allergy Action Plan (This Page To Be Completed By Parent/Guardian)

Student Name: School:

Age:

Grade:

Homeroom Teacher:

Parent/Guardian:

Phone( )

( )

Parent//Guardian:

Phone( )

( )

Emergency Contact:

Phone( )

( )

Known Asthma Triggers: Please check the boxes to identify what can cause an asthma episode for your student.    

Exercise  Respiratory/viral infections Pollens  Animals/dander Temperature/weather—humidity, cold air, etc. Other—please list:

 Odors/fumes/smoke  Dust/dust mites  Pesticides

 Mold/mildew  Grasses/trees  Food—please list below

Known Allergy/Intolerance: Please check those which apply and describe what happens when your child eats or comes into contact with the allergen..

Peanuts Tree Nuts Fish/shellfish Eggs Soy Wheat Milk Medication Latex Insect stings Other

          

Notice: If your child has been prescribed epinephrine (such as an EpiPen®) for an allergy, you must provide epinephrine at school. If your student needs a special diet to limit or avoid foods, your doctor will need to complete the form “Medical Statement Form to Request Special Meals and/or Accommodations” which can be found on the website—www.airenebraska.org

Medicines: Please list medicines used at home and/or to be given at school. Medicine Name Amount/Dose

When does it need to be given

I understand that all medicines to be given at school must be provided by the parent/guardian. Parent signature:

Date:

Reviewed by school nurse/nurse designee:

Date:

Page 2 of 2

Version: 06/17

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