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Synonyms for allergy

dislike of


  • dislike of
  • hatred of
  • hostility to or towards
  • aversion to
  • loathing of
  • disgust of
  • antipathy towards
  • animosity towards
  • displeasure of
  • antagonism towards
  • distaste of
  • enmity towards
  • opposition towards
  • repugnance of
  • disinclination towards

Synonyms for allergy

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"I think the buzz in 2019 is that we should not overreact to a history of penicillin allergy," he said.
Caption: "I think the buzz in 2019 is that we should not overreact to a history of penicillin allergy," said Dr.
Skin testing for penicillin allergy is also useful for children who've had anaphylaxis.
Ten percent of all patients in the United States claim to have a penicillin allergy. Of those people, 90 percent are not truly allergic and can tolerate the drug.
Researchers at Massachusetts General Hospital, Boston, examined the relationship between penicillin allergy and development of MRSA and C.
Penicillin allergy is the most commonly documented drug allergy, reported by about 10 percent of patients.
Blumenthal, M.D., from Massachusetts General Hospital in Boston, and colleagues conducted a population-based matched cohort study to examine the correlation between penicillin allergy and development of MRSA and C.
Rebbeck, "Clinical and genetic risk factors of self-reported penicillin allergy," The Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, vol.
pylori) eradication regimen with vonoprazan (VPZ), clarithromycin (CAM), and metronidazole (MNZ), in patients with penicillin allergy [1].
Penicillin allergy testing and TMP-SMX oral challenge were performed in the clinic.
Because there is no process to safely and rapidly diagnose true penicillin allergy in a critical care setting, pediatric providers are reluctant to prescribe penicillin to children with a reported allergy.
Abbreviations IgE -- immunoglobulin E sIgE -- specific immunoglobulin E DPT -- drug provocation test ST -- skin test SPT -- skin prick test IDT -- intradermal test tIgE -- total IgE DST -- delayed skin test PPL -- benzylpenicilloyl poly-L-lysine MDM -- minor determinant mix Determination of specific immunoglobulin E (sIgE) is a part of the diagnostic protocol in suspected penicillin allergy. The in-vitro testing penicillin allergy sensitivity is known to be low, and negative tests are not sufficient for allergy exclusion [3].
In the case of a severe penicillin allergy, use gemifloxacin 320 mg, single oral dose plus azithromycin 2 g, single oral dose.
"These kids march into adulthood with a penicillin allergy label that's never really addressed," says Allison Ramsey, an allergist at Rochester Regional Health in New York.