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Severe acute allergic reaction (Anaphylaxis)

Postby ritcha on 06 Apr 2021, 10:54

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Severe acute allergic reaction (Anaphylaxis) is an allergic reaction that can be life threatening. It can occur within seconds or minutes when an allergen is exposed. Have an allergic reaction that likes to occur suddenly You should observe yourself for proper care. When a relapse occurs

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What is a severe allergic reaction?
Severe acute allergic reaction (Anaphylaxis) is a severe allergic reaction that can be life threatening. It can occur within seconds or minutes when an allergen is exposed, such as nuts or bee stings.

People with severe anaphylaxis are at risk of future relapses. Although the initial symptoms are mild But may be more severe later People with a severe allergic reaction need immediate emergency treatment. If not treated immediately May cause breathing stops, or The heart stops beating

Understanding severe acute allergic reactions And what triggers this severe allergic reaction will help prevent serious symptoms.

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