Symptoms

Anaphylaxis is a life-threatening allergic reaction characterised by: [1]
  • sudden onset
AND
  • rapid progression of signs and symptoms
AND
  • involving two or more organ systems

Respiratory

  • Wheeze/Stridor
  • Upper airway swelling (tongue/throat/uvula or larynx/lips)
  • Dysponea and respiratory distress

Skin

  • Generalised urticaria/erythema
  • Angioedema with swelling of face/eyes/lips
  • Generalised pruritus/itch with or without rash

Cardiovascular

  • Measured Hypotension with pallor
  • uncompensated shock
Note: Gastrointestinal symptoms may also be present such as vomiting, severe abdominal pain, diarrhoea, etc.      
  1. HSE Anaphylaxis Guidelines, September 2016. Available via HSE Anaphylaxis guidelines, 2016
   

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