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Systemic (Overview)

A condition that involves the whole body as compared to a part of the body. For example diabetes is a systemic condition.


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What should you do if you experience systemic reactions?

ER: Go to the er immediately or call 911. If you have been given an Epipen prescription, use that asap while you seek additional medical help. ...Read more

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Systemic (Overview)

A condition that involves the whole body as compared to a part of the body. For example diabetes is a systemic condition.


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What is the definition or description of: systemic?

Whole body: A condition that involves the whole body as compared to a part of the body. For example diabetes is a systemic condition. ...Read more

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What are systemic reactions?

What are systemic reactions?

Mild to severe: Systemic reactions are usually mild and respond rapidly to medications. Symptoms can include increased allergy symptoms such as sneezing, nasal congestion or hives. Rarely, a serious systemic reaction, called anaphylaxis, can develop after an immunotherapy injection. ...Read more

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Can you give me a brief description or meaning of an acute illness w/ systemic symptoms & examples of these illnesses.

This looks like: a question for a class. I'm sorry but you will need to look this one up yourself. If I'm wrong I apologize. ...Read more

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What are hallmark neuro/systemic symptoms of wilsons besides liver dmg?

Nonspecific symptoms: Neuropsychiatric manifestations include behavioral changes, psychosis or a Parkinson disease-like syndrome (tremor, slow movement, lack of coordination). Depression or anxiety may occur. The eyes may have Kayser–Fleischer rings. ...Read more

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If someone has very large local reaction to insects,is he at greater risk of systemic reaction if stung again?

If someone has very large local reaction to insects,is he at greater risk of systemic reaction if stung again?

Not necessarily: of course if I were you I will carry the epi-pen with me from now on but since your reaction was local and severe there is no guarantee your second exposure will remain local it could be systemic same time it could remained local but I will be prepared because systemic reaction could be a life threatening good luck ...Read more

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How does systemic inflammatory response syndrome trigger problems?

How does systemic inflammatory response syndrome trigger problems?

Inflammation bad!: Inflammation dose many things deleterious to the body including: releases inflammatory cytokines into the blood stream. This damages your blood vessels and accelerates atherosclerosis. Clotting factors rise, which are thrombotic themselves. The body enters a catabolic state (tiisue breakdown). People feel fatigued and bad. Inflammation from any cause need to treated. ...Read more

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What are some common systemic blood system problems and the symptoms?

What are some common systemic blood system problems and the symptoms?

Too vague: The question is way too vague. There's a three year post graduate residency devoted to the question you asked. Since most people aren't interested in this topic in general i assume you have a specific issue. Please re ask the question so i can narrow the focus and be more helpful. Thanks. ...Read more

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What do you suggest if my son has onychomadesis and it says one of the causes is "systemic illness." what does that mean?

Underlying cause: Common systemic illnesses associated with this problem are: hand-foot-mouth disease, autoimmune diseases, pemphegus vulgaris, medications patient is taking, critical illness, or can be idiopathic. Effects the germinal matrix that produces the nail. ...Read more

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