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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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In the early 1800s, William Heberden, a physician in London, was the first to report anaphylactoid purpura, finding it in a 5-year-old boy with hematuria, abdominal pain, arthralgia and a skin rash (l).
Anaphylactic and anaphylactoid reactions during the perioperative period.
Effects of beta-adrenergic and calcium antagonists on the development of anaphylactoid reactions from radiographic contrast media during cardiac angiography.
anaphylactoid and other acute reactions, unknown long-term risks) in individual patients" (KDIGO Anemia Work Group, 2012, p.
The largest experience in the published CKD literature is with this formulation, and has shown the best safety profile in terms of severe and/or anaphylactoid reactions with rates less than 0.
Anaphylactoid reactions are most commonly caused by radiocontrast media, aspirin, non steroidal anti-inflammatory agents, opioids and muscle relaxants.
Severe anaphylactoid reactions have been reported in four women receiving intravenous or oral ranitidine during labor (Br.
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.
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).
In addition to comparing plasma histamine changes with changes in haemodynamic function, Fahmy (63) measured plasma adrenaline (epinephrine) and noradrenaline (norepinephrine) levels in a patient who had an anaphylactoid reaction to intravenous morphine 0.
In severe cases, an anaphylactoid reaction can occur, with light-headedness, nausea, bronchospasm, and syncope.
Complications from the use of gastrografin in small bowel obstruction are rare, although anaphylactoid reaction and lethal aspiration have been described.
Reactions to taxanes are clinically similar to type 1 hypersensitivity reactions but are actually believed to be anaphylactoid.
Cases of anaphylactoid shock, bladder pain, cystitis and abnormal urinalysis have uncommonly been reported.