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Anaphylaxis – A guide to diagnosis, management and follow up


Abstract Anaphylaxis is a severe, potentially life threatening allergic reaction which occurs in adults and children. Prompt diagnosis and appropriate acute medical management will prevent fatal anaphylactic episodes. Anaphylactic reactions are IgE mediated responses to foreign antigens to which there has been previous exposure. The foreign antigens commonly implicated in…

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