Community Pediatric Asthma Service

When and Where

When and Where to Get Help for Asthma

Uncontrolled asthma can lead to emergency visits and
being admitted to the hospital.  These resources will guide
you when deciding if you should:

-See your doctor, asthma educator, or pharmacist-
-Go to Emergency-
-Call 9-1-1-

When and Where to Get Help for Asthma


Resources to guide you through an emergency

When and where to get help

  • Do you need to see your doctor, or go to the Emergency Department?

Asthma and Emergency Care (video)

When and Where to Get Help

What to do when a child is having an asthma attack

  • Step-by-step instructions (poster)

Asthma Attack Emergency Plan

Anaphylaxis Emergency Plan

  • Life-threatening allergy, an emergency plan

Anaphylaxis Emergency Plan


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