Both symptoms are increasing. The patient has no allergies or exposures to occupational or environmental pulmonary contaminants.
Risks include allergies, which are more common with CT than MRI. ... The nature of the allergy and of the current condition should drive decision making about whether and when to scan (for example, after preparing for an allergic reaction with medication)
Unintentional administration of butalbital could result in symptoms such as sedation, lightheadedness, dizziness, and nausea and patients with an allergy to butalbital could experience a hypersensitivity reaction.
When bridging, clinicians should consider creatinine clearance, heparin allergy or recent heparin-induced thrombocytopenia, and risk of stroke and bleeding to determine whether to administer therapeutic unfractionated heparin or
She also has an allergy to trimethoprim–sulfamethoxazole. She has had no previous surgeries, problems with prolonged bleeding after tooth extractions or episodes of epistaxis.
The system is contraindicated in patients who are not considered candidates for standard PCI procedures and in those with allergies or hypersensitivity to compounds of the stent.
He had no known drug allergies. Physical examination: Vital signs were as follows: blood pressure 130/80 mm Hg, heart rate 104 beats/min, temperature 98.7F, respiratory rate 24
Siegel said. If the allergy is severe, the reaction can be fatal, and blood donations are not screened for such issues. ... Siegel. Testing for this allergy requires looking not only for the overall IgA level and antibodies in the patient but also
The remainder of the medical history is noncontributory, and she has no known drug allergies. ... For patients without allergies to the agents involved, the combination of amoxicillin plus trimethoprim-sulfamethoxazole is the most appropriate therapeutic
Atul C. Mehta, FACP. Atul C. Mehta, FACP, vice chairman of pulmonary, allergy and critical care medicine at the Cleveland Clinic in Cleveland and a coauthor of the study, recently spoke