Drug Allergy and Vaccine Allergy

A drug allergy is an adverse result to sensitivity towards drugs and medications and it doesn’t combine the immune system most of the times. Medications and therapies like Antibiotics, Aspirin, non-steroidal anti-inflammatory medications, Anticonvulsants, Monoclonal antibodies, Chemotherapy are more likely to create allergic reactions. One of the most severe allergic reactions is  Anaphylaxis that involves hives, lowered blood pressure, swelling, and in more severe cases, causes anaphylactic shock, which if not treated instantly can be lethal since it involves more than one body metabolic functions. However, an allergic reaction doesn’t occur on the first exposure with the allergen, since the body has to first build memory then the lymphocyte cells create antibodies across the antigen. However, since the drugs subsist of numerous different substances, any of those substances can cause an allergic attitude, including dyes. Symptoms have rashes, trouble breathing, fever, itching, and swelling or redness.

 

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