HAE E.R. Tool Kit
Emergency Room Tool Kit
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The new HAE E.R. Tool Kit has been created to raise awareness of Hereditary Angioedema (HAE) among the general public and medical community in order to ensure better care, earlier and more accurate diagnosis, and knowledge that HAE patients can lead a healthy life.

This educational resource offers important information from HAE experts that explains what a patient is experiencing when having an HAE attack that requires emergency attention, and provides guidance on treatment options. Your efforts to share this Tool Kit will support HAE patients in your community and may help identify people who have swelling symptoms, but have not yet received a proper diagnosis.

Your kit includes:
  • A Guide to HAE - this pocket guide will help the reader navigate through the disease state, symptoms, attack triggers, diagnosis, treatment options, and much more.
  • HAE Poster - developed by physician experts, the poster distinguishes between HAE and allergic angioedema, and is a useful resource to provide to your local urgent care and emergency facilities.
  • HAE Infographic - presents basic and easy to understand information on HAE that can be shared with anyone.
  • US HAEA Angioedema Center Card - the Center can partner with your physician to assist with diagnosis, clinical support, individualized management plans, and more.
  • HAEA CME Card - offers up to ten free Continued Medical Education (CME) courses on HAE that have been planned and implemented in accordance with the accreditation requirements and policies of the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME).
If you have any questions about your E.R. Tool Kit, or if you have a need for more than ten, please email Mike Mallory.

E.R. Tool Kits are free of charge, however please consider also making a donation. Your optional gift has a significant and immediate impact on the US Hereditary Angioedema Association's (HAEA) ability to continue its mission:

To lead a nationwide advocacy movement that focuses on increasing HAE awareness and education, diagnosis, empowering patient access to therapy, and fostering ground-breaking research that includes finding a cure.