Translation of anaphylaxis in Spanish:


anafilaxia, n.

Pronunciation /ˌænəfəˈlæksəs/ /ˌanəfɪˈlaksɪs/


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    anafilaxia feminine
    anafilaxis feminine
    • Serious allergic reactions, including anaphylaxis, occur rarely, but timely intervention is crucial.
    • Table 7 provides a summary of symptoms of latex exposure and possible anaphylaxis for both conscious and anesthetized patients.
    • In addition, patients with previous reactions, including anaphylaxis, to the influenza vaccine should not be vaccinated.
    • Less common are the type I hypersensitivity reactions which involve anaphylaxis.
    • We reviewed these evaluations in 60 patients referred after a diagnosis of anaphylaxis in primary care and seen in the allergy clinics at three hospitals in south west London.