Explain pathophysiology of anaphylaxis

Female 35years unknown insect bite complaints of watering eyes, running nose,mild breathlessness n mild urticarial rash what should be line of management

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History suggest acute allergic event May be anaphylaxis Hence detail examination and emergency treatment Inj dexamethasone Inj avil Monitoring bp Maintaining ventilation and saturation

Thanx Nihar Ranjan Mohanty
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NEED'S.. INJECTION.. PREDNISOLONE.. INJECTION.. DEXAMETHASONE.. INJECTION..AVIL.. SYMPTOMATIC T/T.. ONCE..PATIENT.. SETTLED DOWN.. SHIFT ON.. ORAL MEDICATIONS.. AS PER REQUIREMENT..

Inj dexona Inj avil Monitor patient Looks anaphylactic reaction to insect bite Tab l dio 1 Tab atarax Tab wysolone

Typical symptoms of Anaphylaxis Treatment as suggested by experts

Thank you Nihar
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Maintain the vital,Inj.Dexamethasone,Inj Avil,may be acute anaphylaxis

Observation IV Hydrocortisone, IV antihistamine, May need sc adrenalin

I agree
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Injection Hydrocortisone