A (b)(6) male child received a treatment with 3m espe vanish (t) 5% sodium fluoride white varnish treatment followed by routine childhood immunizations 5 minutes later; details on the type of immunizations were not provided to 3m espe, but treatment was provided in a public health nurse office.
Within 5 minutes after receiving the immunizations, the child began to experience coughing, wheezing, difficulty breathing and vomiting.
Emts responded and administered benadryl and epinephrine to the pt; during transport to the hospital via ambulance, the pt was administered a nebulizer treatment (details on drug administered were not provided to 3m espe).
At the emergency room, additional symptoms of mouth/facial redness and a rash on the legs were noted.
Pt was administered additional benadryl and was released.
Pt was reported to be fine by that same evening.