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Old 10-11-2012, 16:32   #11
Hrsuhd
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If he received multiple shots, the injection site would most likely be a give away as to what one caused an allergic reaction. And in the whole scheme of things, it doesn't matter which one caused it because the treatment is the same. Steroids, block histamines (pepcid, benadryl) reduce inflammation, protect airway.


Shouldnt we try to find out which one caused it so we can avoid it inthe future?
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