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Anaphylaxis and Mast Cell Disorders
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What are vital sign changes seen in anaphylaxis?
Elevated blood pressure and elevated heart rate.
Low blood pressure and low heart rate
Low blood pressure and elevated heart rate
Elevated blood pressure and low heart rate
True or False: Anaphylaxis caused by radio contrast media is IgE-mediated.
True or False: Patients who take ace-inhibitors tend to get a better physiologic response to anaphylaxis, and thus a less severe reaction.
True or False: Multiple randomized controlled trials have been performed to determine what the standard of care treatment for anaphylaxis is.
True or False: Omalizumab is a monoclonal antibody that binds to free IgE.
True or False: The two most common medication groups to cause anaphylaxis are NSAIDS and beta-lactam antibiotics.
True or False: Delayed administration of Epinephrine is the main reason for fatal anaphylaxis.
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