• Anaphylaxis: Definition, History And Epidemiology
• Etiology of The Anaphylaxis: Food Allergy. Drug Allergy. Venom Allergy. Allergic Rhinitis And Asthma; And Anaphylaxis. Anaphylaxis Related To Intravenous Drug Administration. Exercise-Induced Anaphylaxis. Latex Allergy. Idiopathic Anaphylaxis
• Pathophysiology of Anaphylaxis
• Risk Factors For Anaphylaxis
• Symptoms And Findings For Anaphylaxis
• Diagnosis And Laboratory Tests For Anaphylaxis
• Differential Diagnosis For Anaphylaxis
• Treatment of Anaphylaxis.
This book offers a handy reference guide to anaphylaxis, including diagnosis and treatment. It covers food, drug allergy and venom allergies, allergic rhinitis and asthma, anaphylaxis related to intravenous drug administration, exercise-induced anaphylaxis, latex allergy, idiopathic anaphylaxis, and also discusses applied treatment modalities that cause anaphylaxis, such as various forms of immunotherapy. Providing detailed information on three recently launched epinephrine auto-injectors, this guide is an invaluable tool for otorhinolaringologists, pediatric and adult allergologists, pulmonologists general practitioners and emergency physicians as well as patients.
• Offers a handy guide to the diagnosis and treatment of anaphylaxis
• Intended for otorhinolaringologists, pediatric and adult allergologists, pulmonologists, pediatricians and emergency physicians, as well as general practitioners
• Includes detailed information on three recently launched epinephrine auto-injectors