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Reaction

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

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

A decline in security prices following a period of rising security prices.
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The drug of choice for the treatment of an anaphylactic reaction is intramuscular adrenaline, with other drugs given as adjuctive therapy.
During surgery for hydatid cyst Anaesthetist should always consider the possibility of an anaphylactic reaction especially when there is an unexplained cardiovascular collapse.
As there are no characteristic symptoms of latex allergy in anaesthetized patient, an anaphylactic reaction is the most probable causative factor and should be considered in the differential diagnosis.
Anaphylactic reaction developed in 9 patients in our study and mild allergic findings occured in 13 patients.
Doctor Richard Pumphrey, an expert in anaphylactic reactions, told the inquest he could not identify a cause for the attack.
* Can cause anaphylactic reaction to previous mumps vaccine, eggs, or neomycin.
Chemotherapy reactions are generally rare, but when they do occur, most are anaphylactic reactions to foreign proteins in the drugs, mediated by immunoglobulin E.
However, on two occasions, he developed an anaphylactic reaction (urticaria, angioedema, wheezing, and dyspnea) when he engaged in strenuous exercise after drinking milk.
In general, mast cell-mediated anaphylactic reaction is elicited by various stimulators including compound 48/80, concanavalin A and anti-[IgE.sup.2].
Under no circumstances should the child having the anaphylactic reaction be transported by school personnel to an emergency facility unless no emergency transport services are available in the community.
Epinephrine is a form of adrenaline and is an effective treatment for an anaphylactic reaction. It works rapidly, reducing the swelling in the chest and airways to ease breathing.