Patient Emergency Room Tool Kit

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May 16th is hae day :-) and this year we are focusing on providing Emergency Room and/or hospital staff with HAE related educational materials. The HAEA has created an HAE ER Tool Kit with important information that you can share with your local emergency facility. The Tool kit contains an overview of HAE symptoms, diagnosis, and treatments along with links to a HAEA sponsored accredited Continuing Medical Education video designed for Emergency Room professionals.

By distributing this Tool Kit to your local emergency room, you will provide important information that will (1) lead to better treatment of HAE patients in your community and (2) help ER staff identify people who should be tested for HAE.

Your action to educate others about will dramatically improve the quality of care received by HAE patients. We appreciate your effort and hope that you will continue to Stand Up Strong for HAE Education!

If you have any questions about your ER Tool Kit or you would like a higher quantity, please contact Jenny Barnes at

ER Tool Kits are free of charge, however please consider making a donation to the HAEA. Remember that your gift has a significant and immediate impact on the US Hereditary Angioedema Association’s (HAEA) ability to continue our shared mission –

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


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US HAEA – Donation
PO BOX 271561
Littleton, CO 80127

We are a 501 (C)(3) non-profit organization that takes pride in providing the latest up to date information to our members concerning HAE.

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