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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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Many techniques used in EFT may benefit adult clients in emotional processing after an anaphylactic reaction.
The most frequently incriminated medications in case of anaphylactic shock in the operating room are muscle relaxants.
An ambulance should be called too - even if an adrenaline injection has been given - and the person who's had the anaphylactic reaction should lie down, to help maintain blood pressure.
The present patient had an anaphylactic reaction, manifested by hypotension, hypoxia, bilateral wheezing, and subcutaneous erythema, after intravenous injection of indigo carmine.
Major finding: Children who present with a severe anaphylactic reaction, or delayed treatment, were two to three times times more likely to develop a secondary reaction.
Twenty percent of anaphylactic events in students were associated with unknown triggers.
Although an anaphylactic reaction seems to be triggered by a sole allergen in most cases, exposure to a single allergen is sometimes not enough to trigger an episode.
With anaphylactic shock, we see a lot of reaction to insect stings and bites, and food, including peanuts and egg.
A preliminary diagnosis of anaphylactic shock was made after excluding other causes.
The most common agent involved in intraoperative anaphylactic reactions is muscle relaxant (61-70%); natural rubber latex (NRL) is the second most implicated agent and the incidence of latex-related anaphylactic reactions is increasing despite increasing awareness and preventive measures taken.
Two bizarre and frightening cases of anaphylactic shock in schoolchildren are being noted in discussions regarding a new piece of legislation in Nevada, according to RGJ.
The MHRA has issued an alert for all medical devices and medicinal products containing chlorhexidine following numerous reports of anaphylactic reactions after the use of these products.