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Alergic reactions

Ondrej Simetka, Igor Michalec, Zdenka Nemeckova Crkvenjas, Hana Klosova, Lenka Janackova, Jaroslav Klat
The aim of the study is to describe a case report of Lyell syndrome (toxic epidermal necrolysis) involving 63% of body surface which has been associated with antibiotic therapy of mild peurperal endometritis in woman 3 weeks postpartum. Lyell syndrome is a severe life-threatening condition developing due to idiosyncrazy (alergic reaction type IV), most commonly after administration of drugs. Incidence quoted in literature is around 1:1-2000000. Illness severity can be assessed using a SCORTEN scoring system, which predicts patient mortality based on seven independent factors...
April 2015: Ginekologia Polska
B Dezfoulian, M Caucanas, O Wauters, L Raty, V Failla, A F Nikkels
The increasing number of allergic subjects and the alteration of their quality of life are major concerns of public health. Symptomatic treatments of allergic diseases are not always able to improve the patient's complaints. Allergic exploration aims to identify IgE-dependant mechanisms and subsequently to prove the responsibility of the detected allergen in the allergic disease. The efficacy of the specific immunotherapy (SIT) using allergens in either subcutaneous or sublingual forms has been proven in rhinitis, conjunctivitis, asthma and IgE-induced reactions to hymenoptera venom...
May 2010: Revue Médicale de Liège
Tonko Vlak, Aleksandra Jungić
Viscosupplementation or intraarticular appliance of hyaluronic acid is one of the methods in the treatment of patients with OA. Application is indicated in OA grade I-III according to Kellgren. Medical devices of hyaluronic acid, present on Croatian market, are produced by extraction from rooster combs or by biofermentation from nonpathogenic streptococcus strains. Boifermentative production excludes present of animal origin proteins and prions in medical device, same as possibility of unwanted alergic reactions appearance...
2006: Reumatizam
E Rudzki, D Litewska, Z Samochocki, P Rebandel, E Saciuk, A Chrupek, B Niemczyk
In a group of 535 children and 103 adult patients with atopic dermatitis no differences were observed between persons with normal and raised IgE level with respect to incidence of lesions in the first or the first three months of life, the total number of the positive RAST results and the most intense reactions, that is 4 degrees, the percent of helper and suppressor T-cells, duration of remission, darkening of lower eyelids, cheilitis, involvement of the hands, the feet, the elbow flexures or knee flexures...
May 1989: Przegla̧d Dermatologiczny
B Krysiak, T Czajkowska, G Lebrecht, I Stetkiewicz
In acute experiment the following results were obtained: the DL50 value after intragastric administration -- 8.2 g/kg of body weight, after intraperitoneal administration -- 1.33 g/kg of body weight. In the studies on acute effect irritating skin and eye of a rabbit -- only a slight inflammatory reaction in conjunctivae was found. Studies on sensitizing effect carried out on guinea pigs did not reveal any symptoms which would give evidence of an alergic effect of the dye. Lima's test did not reveal any cumulative effects of polactine G Yellow, 8-weeks experiment on 30 male rats, administered with 0...
1979: Medycyna Pracy
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