Fatal anaphylaxis in children in France: Analysis of national data.

@article{Pouessel2018FatalAI,
  title={Fatal anaphylaxis in children in France: Analysis of national data.},
  author={Guillaume Pouessel and Luciana K Tanno and Claire Claverie and St{\'e}phanie Lejeune and Julien Labreuche and Aim{\'e}e Dorkenoo and Jean-Marie Renaudin and Mireille Eb and St{\'e}phane Leteurtre and Antoine Deschildre},
  journal={Pediatric allergy and immunology : official publication of the European Society of Pediatric Allergy and Immunology},
  year={2018},
  volume={29 1},
  pages={
          101-104
        }
}
Anaphylaxis is a recognized cause of death for all ages. A better understanding of mortality data could help identify patients at risk and implement prevention measures. However, accurate epidemiological mortality data can differ widely due to a number of variables. Currently, the anaphylaxis-related mortality rate (AMR) is less than 1 per million population per year in most countries. In France, it was 0.83 per million population per year (95%CI, 0.80-0.88) for the period 1979 to 2011 (1-6… CONTINUE READING
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