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Old 06-25-2017, 10:18   #1
Chris O`Crooh
Join Date: Mar 2009
Location: Poland - Tarnów
Posts: 13
How do SF cope with allergies?

I was thinking lately (...and I liked it ) about allergies - there are many of them, connected with food, enviroment, metals etc.

As treating the allergy "at home" is +/- easy, the SF people often visit many various places and are being exposed to heterogenous allergens.

My question is
- are there various test taken during service, that indicate allergy to something?
- you are at the Obs Post, all of the sudden one man starts to sneeze, cry, etc - what do You do then? If everyone has anti-allergy drug with him, or Medic applies one?
- if the (wo)man with allergy mentioned above is rotated home, or treated during mission?

Can You describe some cases, or procedures You take?

Sorry for my lack of language skills, greetings from Poland!
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