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  • Difficulty speaking and whispering
  • Gray-blue colored  lips, earlobes and nail beds
  • Breathlessness, causing exhaustion
  • If the person loses consciousness or is having a severe asthma attack, call 911 or EMS. Be prepared to administer CPR to the unconscious person if necessary. If it is a severe asthma attack then continue “rescue” inhaler (e.g. Albuterol inhaler) every 5-10 minutes, until the EMS arrives. Monitor and record (write it down) vital signs – level of response, pulse and breathing. 

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