3.7.4 Erwinia Asparaginase
The Erwinia asparaginase module is an educational tool for administration of Erwinia asparaginase, which is generally administered to patients who have experienced an anaphylactic reaction to Peg-asparaginase or pegaspargase. Please refer to the full module for more detailed information.
The module was developed by Graham Robinson, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario and Kaniska Young Tai, The Hospital for Sick Children, in consultation with Melanie Harvey and Jennifer Drynan, The Hospital for Sick Children, Virginia Cyr, Children’s Hospital of Eastern Ontario, Mary Jo De Courcy and Diana Masse, Children’s Hospital, London Health Sciences Centre, and Christina McCauley, POGO/The Hospital for Sick Children.
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