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Penicillin Allergy Videos

A Penicillin Allergy Direct Challenge can be conducted safely in both the in-patient and clinic settings by physicians and other health care providers. This video series takes an in depth look at how and when to conduct the challenge in both settings as well as for adults and children.

Assessing the Risk / Taking a Patient History

How to Identify Patients at Low Risk of Having a True Penicillin Allergy

Penicillin Allergy Challenge in the Inpatient Setting

Implementing Amoxicillin Challenges in the Adult Inpatient Setting

How to Conduct an Inpatient Oral Amoxicillin Challenge

Penicillin Allergy Challenge in the Clinic Setting

How To Conduct An Oral Amoxicillin Challenge In Your Office

For Pediatricians

Why Most Kids Can Safely Undergo Amoxicillin Challenges

Implementing Amoxicillin Challenges in Your Pediatric Office

For Patients

Amoxicillin Challenge: Why Is It Important and How Is It Done?

Amoxicillin Challenge: Why Is It Important For My child and How Is It Done?

Additional Information

Penicillin Oral Challenge Dilution Directions
Clinic Visit Note: Amoxicillin Challenge
Coding for Oral Amoxicillin Challenge Testing
Consent for Amoxicillin Challenge
How to Conduct Challenge to Delabel Penicillin Allergy in Children in Outpatient Setting