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Abeer Fatima
Abeer Fatima4 months ago
Features of Anaphylactic Shock

Features of Anaphylactic Shock

Anaphylaxis is a rare, life-threatening form of allergic reaction. Anaphylaxis usually begins as a normal allergic symptoms typically manifesting as runny nose. However, few minutes later, the individual can develop following symptoms: - swelling of mouth - hives - nausea - vomiting - dizziness - fainting - tachycardia Epinephrine is required immediately in order to save life. Reference: Image via:

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