Effects of beta-adrenergic and calcium antagonists on the development of anaphylactoid reactions
from radiographic contrast media during cardiac angiography.
Since some opioid analgesics show differences in both the amount of histamine they release (65-68,72) and the anatomical sites where this action occurs (66-68,89,91,92), avoiding an anaphylactoid reaction
may sometimes be effected by simply substituting one opioid drug for another; for example, substituting fentanyl for morphine following cutaneous release of histamine, or fentanyl or morphine for buprenorphine following histamine release in the lungs.
Successful reversal of opioid-induced anaphylactoid reaction
with IV naloxone has been reported once in the literature.
Common agents that usually cause anaphylactoid reactions
are contrast media used in diagnostic radiographic procedures, foods and drugs (Doherty, 1993; Hansen, 1998).
There are many agents that can cause anaphylaxis or anaphylactoid reactions
As a result, FDA permitted McNeil, before the drug's removal from the market, to drop from the package insert a proposed warning about the risk of anaphylactoid reaction
to patients who had previously manifested no allergic reactions to Zomax or other drugs in its class.
6) Clinical symptoms and reaction severity do not allow one to distinguish between immune mediated anaphylactic reaction and anaphylactoid reaction
resulting from direct nonspecific histamine release.
These plant-based estrogens, coupled with her already high endogenous estrogens, caused an intense histamine and LTC4 release that led to the anaphylactoid reaction
The common adverse effects of vancomycin include red man syndrome, renal toxicity, ototoxicity, cardiovascular depression and anaphylactoid reaction
Intradermal testing after anaphylactoid reaction
to anaesthetic drugs; practical aspects of performance and interpretation.
One serious treatment-related event, an anaphylactoid reaction
and hypotension, was seen in an 85-year-old man.
Allergic reactions to certain drugs like penicillins (1), cephalosporins (2), ranging from urticaria to anaphylactic or anaphylactoid reaction
, are increasingly encountered in the daily clinical practice.