Angela Mendola

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BACKGROUND Approximately 1% of emergency department (ED) visits are due to anaphylaxis. Symptoms can include skin rash, facial and laryngeal edema, dyspnea, vomiting, hypotension, and shock. A transient loss of consciousness can also be a manifestation of anaphylaxis. A variety of electrocardiographic changes due to anaphylaxis have been described for(More)
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