[Leukocyte histamine liberation tests for the diagnosis of anaphylactic reaction to curare-like agents].


Anaphylaxis to myorelaxants is the main etiology of adverse reactions to anesthetics and adjuvants. The diagnosis relies on skin tests--prick or intradermal tests--radio-immunoassays for series specific IgE, human basophil degranulation tests and leucocyte histamine++ release. 28 patients with an anaphylaxis to myorelaxants have been studied, using the two… (More)


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