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I believe that a physician who has not seen a patient for over 11 months may not be the most appropriate physician to sign the death certificate. A physican with more recent contact with the patient could complete the death certificate more accurately. This may also create a situation of liability for the physician who has not seen the patient for several months. I oppose this change in the law. Dana Wallace
The FMA, the Florida Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology Association, and the Broward Pediatric Society support the Anaphylaxis Initiative to have all school staff educated on how to identify and treat anaphylaxis. The first step in the treatment of anaphylaxis is the administration of epinephrine using an auto-injector.