Anaphylaxis: how to make a swift diagnosis, treat, monitor and advise patients
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Anaphylaxis: how to make a swift diagnosis, treat, monitor and advise patients

Erin Dean Health journalist

What nurses need to know about anaphylaxis, a systemic allergic reaction and medical emergency

Anaphylaxis is an extremely serious allergic reaction that sends an increasing number of patients to hospital with potentially life-threatening conditions.

Primary Health Care. 31, 3, 15-17. doi: 10.7748/phc.31.3.15.s7

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