- Diabetes: When to Call the Doctor
... If you think a situation is an emergency, tell someone to call 911 or
help you get to the emergency department. If you are ...
- 5 Ways to Be Prepared for an Allergy Emergency
... Have someone call 911 while you are giving yourself the injection. If
you are alone, call 911 right after injecting epinephrine ...
- Bug Bites and Stings
... If a person has these symptoms, call 911 immediately. ... In case of a severe
allergic reaction, use the epinephrine auto-injector and call 911. ...
- When Depression Is Severe
... If you feel suicidal, you can also call 911 or go to the emergency room. ... Tell
a trusted adult, call 911, or go to the emergency room. ...
... leader, or a teacher. Call a suicide crisis line (such as 1-800-SUICIDE)
or your local emergency number (911). These toll-free ...
- Broken Bones
... if there are no adults around, call 911 or the emergency number in your
area. The worst thing for a broken bone is to move it. ...
- Serious Allergic Reactions (Anaphylaxis)
... If you have a known allergy and start to have a reaction, use your epinephrine
injector (if you have one) and call 911, or immediately go to the ...
- Someone at School Has a Weapon. What Should I Do?
... and report the incident. You can also call 911 and ask them to keep
your identity confidential. Write it down. Keep a written ...
... There's usually no need to call 911 if the person having a seizure is known
to have epilepsy. However, if the person is injured ...
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