Provides control of the symptoms when exposed to allergens.
Hands found to be most common carrier of microorganisms.
Prevents transmission of microorganisms.
Prevents exposure to the infectious agent, although isolation is not realistic within a family.
Ensures compliance with medication regimen to control symptoms and prevent infection.
Ensures effective treatment of bacterial infection for prompt response within 24 hours after antibiotic administration.
Allays child's anxiety and fear caused by injections.
Supports environment free of allergens or irritants that cause attacks.
Allows for immediate interventions to treat at complications.
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