Allergic

Allergic

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allergic reaction

We are not aware of any offender having an allergic reaction to the electronic monitoring equipment used during the current trials.

She suffered an anaphylactic shock—an extreme allergic reaction when blood pressure falls rapidly and the patient quickly loses consciousness.

Hay fever is an allergic reaction to pollen grasses and to trees such as the silver birch.

The other type is the masked allergic reaction.

He must ask whether she has previously experienced any allergic reaction to oral contraceptives.

This risk of allergic reaction will increase in the future, since, with more widespread use of this drug, the chance of re-exposure will expand.

Some proteins can cause an allergic reaction in a small percentage of people.

Their persistence in the digestive tract can elicit an allergic reaction in some people with a dysfunctional immune system.

Patient has a documented allergic reaction to aminoglycosides.

No scientific data are available on what residual amount of a given allergen may trigger an allergic reaction.

It is unclear what causes the allergic reaction; it may simply be their youth.

Patients can also develop contact dermatitis, an allergic reaction to one or more of the ingredients in a medication.

Such clinics are not the only ones equipped to investigate the cause of allergic reaction in individual cases, and recommend treatments.

It is advisable for people with mutiple sclerosis to pay the same attention to diet and allergic reaction as other people.

I understand that there are two main types of allergic reaction.

A warning on the label that these could cause an allergic reaction should, in my opinion, suffice.

We also find it a useful improvement that preparations which can cause an allergic reaction are now also to be labelled.



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