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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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Although anaphylactoid reactions to midazolam have been reported, no serologic or cutaneous testing was performed.
Effects of beta-adrenergic and calcium antagonists on the development of anaphylactoid reactions from radiographic contrast media during cardiac angiography.
Table 2 Kidney Disease Improving Global Outcomes (KDIGO) Clinical Practice Guidelines * When making the decision to start IV iron, it is important to determine benefits of improving the patient's overall well-being and anemia-related symptoms, as well as avoiding or minimizing blood transfusion against harm, such as anaphylactoid reaction.
While there is debate in the literature about definitions of anaphylaxis that include these anaphylactoid reactions, the commonest definition of anaphylaxis is one of an immediate hypersensitivity reaction mediated by IgE, involving release of mediators from mast cells, that induces systemic adverse outcomes.
Anaphylactoid reactions are most commonly caused by radiocontrast media, aspirin, non steroidal anti-inflammatory agents, opioids and muscle relaxants.
Allergic-type hypersensitivity reactions, including severe anaphylactoid reactions, have been reported following the infusion of FEIBA.
14) Hypersensitivity reactions can occur, resulting in anaphylaxis (type 1), anaphylactoid reactions (complement mediated), or delayed serum sickness (type 3), and are treated with a combination of diphenhydramine and epinephrine.
Severe anaphylactoid reactions have been reported in four women receiving intravenous or oral ranitidine during labor (Br.
The 10 other birds likely died of cardiopulmonary collapse and anaphylactoid reactions.
The concurrence of ACS with conditions associated with allergic or hypersensitivity and anaphylactic or anaphylactoid reactions constitutes the Kounis syndrome (1).
Barth et al (93) injected 100 mg of tramadol intravenously (a single dose often administered) into 13 healthy volunteers and looked for histamine release, systemic or cutaneous anaphylactoid reactions and changes in blood pressure, heart rate and electrocardiogram variables.
Anaphylactoid reactions to cancer agents are often related to cytokine release secondary to the administration of monoclonal antibodies.
There were no cases of anaphylaxis or anaphylactoid reactions.