Food Allergy Course

Understanding Stock Epinephrine

While many prescribers, families, schools, and communities are aware of allergies, anaphylaxis, and that epinephrine is needed to keep those with diagnosed allergies safe, many do not know about stock epinephrine. What is stock epinephrine? Stock epinephrine is epinephrine prescribed to an entity, be a school, childcare center, restaurant, or any other entity that is …

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Prepare for anaphylaxis on any field trip or extracurricular activity with Code Ana

Prepare for Anaphylaxis On The Go

Field trips and extracurricular activities provide valuable learning experiences and opportunities for students to explore the world beyond the classroom. However, for students with allergies, these outings can present unique challenges and potential risks. As educators and caregivers, it is our responsibility to ensure the safety and inclusion of all students, including those with allergies. …

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Cross-contact is something that can endanger those with food allergy, get educated from Code Ana

What Is Cross Contact?

Have you ever read a food label that said “may contain” or “processed with” before you saw allergens listed? Companies that make food are required to put those notes on there but do you know why? The answer is cross-contact, also called cross-contamination. What is cross-contact?  Cross-contact is when allergens are transferred from an unsafe …

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Free epi trainings that Code Ana offers

Free Allergy, Epinephrine, Anaphylaxis, and Medical Emergency Learning Opportunities

Code Ana is continually creating new education for those that are interested in learning more about anaphylaxis, epinephrine, medical safety, and medical emergency planning. While most of our certification courses require a fee, we have many courses and programs that are completely free to use. While our online epi certification is the only course that …

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