Severe manifestation of allergies
It is a severe manifestation of allergy, requiring urgent medical care and can be life threatening Overhere.
In cases of anaphylaxis, the immune tissue releases a large amount of histamine, causing the blood vessels to dilate and allow exhaust to content intravascular spaces between cells, producing swelling.
Anaphylactic Reaction implies the action of a antibody produced by the body called immunoglobulin type E, which by its presence throughout the body, leading to the involvement of various organs in the reaction.
Generally the skin tissue is affected earlier, which can be a warning sign for the occurrence of the reaction.
Subsequently, the patient can then display the other manifestations, such as pressure drop, dizziness and eventually convulsions and loss of consciousness.
The Anaphylaxis can cause concomitant laryngeal edema, when patients present intense respiratory distress, restlessness, hoarsely. Occasionally the symptoms are similar to an asthma attack.
Causes of Anaphylactic Reactions are varied including foods like nuts, some types of fruit (figs, kiwi, apple, banana, avocado, etc.), tomatoes, potatoes, fish, shrimp or seasonings.
The drugs are often involved in causing Anaphylactic Reactions, and among them are especially penicillin, aspirin, anesthetic drugs, radiological contrast, blood pressure medications (beta blockers, ACE inhibitors).
Medical materials containing latex such as rubber gloves, catheters, and other medical products may cause reactions in health care. Insect bites as some types of mosquitoes, ants, bees and wasps can also be triggers of Anaphylactic Reaction.
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