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shebel
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26869
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emt
Updated:
2010-07-15 08:55:21
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allergies
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  1. allergic condition in which an antibody-antegin reacton results in a release of substances that can cause shock, bronchoconstriction, and airway obstruction
    anaphylaxis
  2. condition that results from vasodilaton and causes hives and swelling of the face, airway and other tissue
    angioedema
  3. potent drug that can block the effects of histamine and slow the anaqhylactic process
    epinephrine
  4. raised, red patches of skin, called hives
    urticaria
  5. substance that is recognized as foreign to the body
    antigen
  6. protein that combines with the antigen helpful in fighting infection
    anitbody
  7. epinepherine dose adult and child
    • 0.3mg adult
    • 0.15mg child

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