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anaphylactic

 [an″ah-fi-lak´tik]
pertaining to or affected by anaphylaxis.
anaphylactic reaction anaphylaxis.
anaphylactic shock a serious and profound state of shock brought about by hypersensitivity (anaphylaxis) to an allergen such as a drug, foreign protein, or toxin. Sometimes it occurs upon second injection of a patient with a previously injected serum or protein.

an·a·phy·lac·tic

(an'ă-fi-lak'tik),
Relating to anaphylaxis; manifesting extremely great sensitivity to foreign protein or other material.

anaphylactic

/ana·phy·lac·tic/ (an″ah-fĭ-lak´tik) pertaining to anaphylaxis.

anaphylactic

anaphylactic

adjective Referring or pertaining to anaphylaxis, see there.

an·a·phy·lac·tic

(an'ă-fi-lak'tik)
Relating to anaphylaxis; manifesting extremely great sensitivity to foreign protein or other material.

anaphylactic

Pertaining to ANAPHYLAXIS.

an·a·phy·lac·tic

(an'ă-fi-lak'tik)
Relating to anaphylaxis; manifesting extremely great sensitivity to foreign protein or other material.

anaphylactic (an´əfilak´tik),

adj pertaining to decreasing, rather than increasing, immunity.
anaphylactic hypersensitivity,
n (Arthus' reaction), a local tissue response that is the result of an Ag-AB reaction caused by repeated intradermal injections with one antigen, resulting in inflammation and necrosis.

anaphylactic

pertaining to anaphylaxis.

anaphylactic reaction
anaphylactic shock
a serious and generalized state of shock brought about by hypersensitivity (anaphylaxis) to an allergen, such as a drug, foreign protein or toxin.
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I told the director to phone an ambulance because I knew it was anaphylactic shock.
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The adrenaline autoinjector is designed for the emergency treatment of anaphylactic shock, mostly due to hymenoptera venom or food allergies, and for use by the patient himself or a relative in the event of an emergency.
It is believed one of them had gone into anaphylactic shock.