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  • Anaesthetic hypersensitivity reactions in France between 2011 and 2012: the 10th GERAP epidemiologic survey. [Journal Article]
  • AAActa Anaesthesiol Scand 2017; 61(3):290-299
  • Tacquard C, Collange O, … Mertes PM
  • CONCLUSIONS: When compared with the previous GERAP studies, NMBAs are still the most frequently triggering allergens, with marked differences between individual NMBAs, but they are now followed by antibiotics (of which greater than 50% were cephalosporins) and dyes. Anaesthetists must be aware of the differences between drugs and of the pattern of emerging allergens. For the future of safe anaesthesia, allergy assessment is essential.
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