Reaction

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Reaction

A decline in prices following an advance. Opposite of rally.

Reaction

A decrease in price following an increase in price. A reaction connotes a slow decline; it is the opposite of a recovery.

reaction

A decline in security prices following a period of rising security prices.
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Indications for the prescription of self-injectable adrenaline devices in the [14] community Absolute indications Previous anaphylactic reaction to a food, insect sting, latex or unavoidable aeroallergen Co-existent unstable or moderate-to-severe persistent asthma and food allergy Idiopathic anaphylaxis Food-dependent exercise-induced anaphylaxis Relative indications Mild-to-moderate peanut/and or tree nut allergy in patients [greater than or equal to] 5 years of age Food allergy in a teenager or young adult Far from a medical facility Reactions to small amounts of food, such as air-borne food allergens or contact via skin only
Methods: In this study, the effects of G-Tang on the mast cell-mediated anaphylactic reactions were examined by using the ear swelling, histamine assay, and ELISA method in murine model.
Severe anaphylactic reactions were reported, first in the healthcare setting, and later in dental offices and glove manufacturing facilities.
One patient has anaphylactic reactions to shrimp only during the week before her menses.
1] Most anaphylactic reactions occur in non-food allergic children.
Extending his condolences to the family, Mr Barkley concluded that Mr Turner's death was caused by an occlusion of his airway resulting from an anaphylactic reaction.
Repeat immunisation with any vaccine is contraindicated in an individual with a previous anaphylactic reaction to that vaccine.
Moss et al (13) measured a 20-fold increase in plasma histamine from normal after an anaphylactic reaction to suxamethonium, associated with a profound fall in the SVR.
They attempted to save her life but she was discovered to have suffered a rare, fatal anaphylactic reaction.
In extreme cases, eggs can provoke a life-threatening anaphylactic reaction.
An anaphylactic reaction is caused by the sudden release of chemical substances, including histamine, from cells in the blood and tissues where they are stored.