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1.Be Prepared
According to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, people who have experienced symptoms of anaphylaxis previously are at risk for subsequent reactions and should carry an epinephrine injector with them at all times.1 The EpiPenŽ auto-injector offers a premeasured dose ...
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2.Exercise-Induced and Unknown Cause
Although doctors don't fully understand what causes exercise-induced anaphylaxis or idiopathic anaphylaxis, you may be interested to learn about how to recognize symptoms of these conditions and how they are treated. Exercise-Induced Anaphylaxis Exercise-induced anaphylaxis ...
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3.Latex
Natural rubber latex (NRL) has emerged over the last decade as an increasingly common trigger for anaphylaxis-producing allergies. It is found in a wide range of manufactured goods, including an estimated 40,000 common household items. Latex allergies ...
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4.Risk and Severity of Reactions
Anyone can develop an allergy at any time in his or her life, even without specific risk factors. Yet some people, including asthmatics, children, and those with a history of anaphylaxis, have an increased susceptibility to allergic reactions. The likelihood and ...
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