[Change in skin reactivity in anaphylaxis to muscle relaxants and hypnotics after administration of anti H1, anti H2 and tritoqualine].

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Inhibition of allergic skin reactivity was studied by the technique of thresholds in 35 patients presenting with an anaphylaxis to muscle relaxants. This method was useful to determine the anti-histamine or anti-anaphylactic effects of different substances. The best results were obtained with hydroxyzine. Associating it with an anti H2 drug (cimetidine or… (More)

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@article{MoneretVautrin1985ChangeIS, title={[Change in skin reactivity in anaphylaxis to muscle relaxants and hypnotics after administration of anti H1, anti H2 and tritoqualine].}, author={Denise-Anne Moneret-Vautrin and M. C. Laxenaire and C. Mouton and S. Widmer and P Pupil}, journal={Annales francaises d'anesthesie et de reanimation}, year={1985}, volume={4 2}, pages={225-30} }