Two ways to download the QRH:
Sharing and adapting the QRH - licensing terms
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Keeping your QRH up to date
From time to time individual QRH guidelines will be updated. It's important you replace these in your copy to ensure your QRH is up to date. You can check which edition you have by looking at the Contents page.
If the Contents page says April 2022 this is the latest version. To update from the October 2021 to the April 2022 edition you'll need to replace the following pages:
- 0-1 Cover page (updated footer)
- 0-2 Contents (updated to April 2021 edition; contains updated guideline version number)
- 3-1 Anaphylaxis (updated to reflect following changes: Inclusion of the line in point 7: Hydrocortisone and chlorphenamine are no longer part of acute treatment (Box C); Removal of box B: Other drugs; Inclusion of the wording in point 8: Fluid requirements may be significant; Inclusion of the wording in Box D: NAP6 online resource including anaphylaxis follow-up packs.)