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(Anaphylaxis and Food Allergy)
3,965 results
  • An update on allergic emergencies. [Journal Article]
  • COCurr Opin Pediatr 2019; 31(3):426-432
  • Toy D, Braga MS, … Shaker M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Fatalities resulting from anaphylaxis and asthma are rare. Patient education serves an important role in preparing for unexpected emergencies, instituting prompt and appropriate treatment, and incorporating effective strategies into the lives of children and families.
  • Alpha-gal allergy after a tick bite in Austria. [Journal Article]
  • WKWien Klin Wochenschr 2019 May 13
  • Pisazka V, Duscher G, … Allerberger F
  • Tick bites can cause the alpha-gal syndrome, which is characterized by delayed anaphylactic reactions mainly to red meat and offal due to IgE antibodies against mammalian galactose-alpha-1.3-galactos…
  • Anaphylaxis in Elderly Patients-Data From the European Anaphylaxis Registry. [Journal Article]
  • FIFront Immunol 2019; 10:750
  • Aurich S, Dölle-Bierke S, … Worm M
  • CONCLUSIONS: Anaphylaxis in the elderly is often caused by insect venoms and drugs. These patients suffer more often from cardiovascular symptoms, receive more frequently adrenaline and require more often hospitalization. The data indicate that anaphylaxis in the elderly tends to be more frequently life threatening and patients require intensified medical intervention. The data support the need to recognize anaphylaxis in this patient group, which is prone to be at a higher risk for a fatal outcome.
  • Epidemiology of Anaphylaxis in Critically-Ill Children in the United States and Canada. [Journal Article]
  • JAJ Allergy Clin Immunol Pract 2019 Apr 30
  • Ramsey NB, Guffey D, … Davis CM
  • CONCLUSIONS: This is the largest study to describe pediatric critical anaphylaxis cases in North America and identifies food as the most common trigger. Death occurs in 1% of cases with intubation occurring most commonly in the first hour. The risk for ICU admission in children underscores the serious nature of anaphylaxis in this population.
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