Sulindac-induced anaphylaxis.


This communication describes the first known report of sulindac-induced anaphylaxis. A 17-year-old patient who ingested a single tablet of sulindac developed pruritus, hives, and dyspnea. Blood pressure was not detectable. The patient was treated with epinephrine, a corticosteroid, and an antihistamine. Recovery was complete. The ability of this class of… (More)


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@article{Burrish1981SulindacinducedA, title={Sulindac-induced anaphylaxis.}, author={Gene F Burrish and Brian Kaatz}, journal={Annals of emergency medicine}, year={1981}, volume={10 3}, pages={154-5} }