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Symptoms such as urticaria and anaphylactoid reactions do not stem from true allergic reactions as one would expect after ingesting food or other immune-system-provoking substance.
No control skin tests were carried out and, on the basis of the patient's lack of previous exposure and non-elevated serum IgE levels, an anaphylactoid reaction caused by liberated histamine seemed likely.
Successful reversal of opioid-induced anaphylactoid reaction with IV naloxone has been reported once in the literature.
41) Before Zomax was taken FDA also failed to analyze data it had that strongly intimated that Zomax was associated with a higher incidence of anaphylactoid reactions than other drugs in its class.
While the exact pathophysiology is not known, inflammatory mediators released in the setting of anaphylactic or anaphylactoid reactions appear to be the primary mechanism leading to allergic angina syndromes.
Anaphylactoid reaction to intravenous contrast in patient with systemic mastocytosis.
The signs and symptoms of an anaphylactic and an anaphylactoid reaction are similar and usually not clinically distinguishable.
This was a retrospective analysis of patients referred between June 2000 and February 2007 to the Immunology unit at the John Hunter Hospital for assessment after an anaphylactic or anaphylactoid reaction occurring during a general anaesthetic, as diagnosed by the anaesthetist managing the case.
Patients in both treatment groups experienced protocol-defined adverse events of special interest, which included moderate to severe hypotension or hypersensitivity reactions, ranging from fever alone to an anaphylactoid reaction.
6 percent of patients, and include anaphylactoid reaction, pruritus, flushing, urticaria, angioedema, chest discomfort, dyspnea, coughing, cyanosis and hypotension.
Anaphylactoid reactions may occur in patients with the aspirin triad or in patients without prior exposure to ZORVOLEX and should be discontinued immediately if an anaphylactoid reaction occurs.