Published in Drug Week, November 2nd, 2007
"Physicians must be able to recognize anaphylaxis, treat it promptly and appropriately, and provide preventive recommendations," wrote S.F. Kemp and colleagues, University of Mississippi Medical Center.
The researchers concluded: "Epinephrine, which should be administered immediately, is the drug of choice for acute anaphylaxis."
Kemp and colleagues published their study in American Journal of Medicine (Office approach to anaphylaxis: Sooner better...
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