anaphylaxis

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hypersensitivity reaction to the ingestion or injection of a substance (a protein or drug) resulting from prior contact with a substance

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Statistics show 274 patients were diagnosed with anaphylactic shock between March 2013 and February this year.
However, some admissions may not be actual anaphylactic reactions.
I knew straight away he'd gone into an anaphylactic shock.
He went into sudden anaphylactic shock and paramedics were unable to save him.
His body went into immediate anaphylactic shock and, despite being driven swiftly to hospital by a friend, he went into a three- day coma from which he never recovered.
Scientists in the United States offered some hope for sufferers earlier this year when they announced they were developing a potential genetic vaccine against anaphylactic shock.
They say the pills could make people allergic to certain foods, producing symptoms from a rash to killer anaphylactic shock.
She collapsed with anaphylactic shock after being stung during breakfast at their home in Surrey.
The Company has devised multiple novel nano-emulsion formulations of five widely used acute care intravenous drugs that eliminate the severe toxicities such as anaphylactic shock, vein irritation and phlebitis associated with the currently marketed formulations; these include vinorelbine, docetaxel, paclitaxel, clarithromycin and vancomycin.
Alison Dugmore, 34, went into anaphylactic shock after coming into contact with them at Swansea's Morriston Hospital in 1997 and has not worked since.
The Company has devised multiple novel nano-emulsion formulations of five widely used acute care intravenous drugs that eliminate a number of clinically significant toxicities such as anaphylactic shock, vein irritation and phlebitis associated with the currently marketed formulations.
A MAN cheated death by seconds after a wasp sting triggered anaphylactic shock.
Lee, 36, was saved by colleague Rob Robson, 28, who carried her outside and gave her an adrenalin injection to stop anaphylactic shock.