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What Are The Adverse Reaction After Administering The Anti Tetanus Serum
Is there an adverse reaction from TB test administered into a vessel? Site is bleeding a lot. How long is it going to be red? Weeks? Permanent scar?
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That usually resolves. Hundreds of millions have received the test.
However, the blood test igra is better anyway. ...Read more
Tetnaus prone wound: Tetanus immunoglobulin would be used in a "tetanus-prone wound" (wounds caused by puncture, crush injury, burns or frostbite)in an individual who hat not received an initial series of three tetanus immunizations as a child, or it is unclear if the person ever received a series of immunizations. The immunoglobulin would be in in addition to tetanus toxoid. ...Read more
Neutralize toxin: Anti-tetanus toxin or toxoid binds with tetanus toxin or toxoid, neutralize it, and passes out of body as a harmless substance, thereby preventing damaging toxin effet. However, whenever possible, tetanus immune globulins should be given instead of tetanus anti-toxin, since the latter lasts shorter than the immunoglobulins, and has more side effects. Tetanus anti-toxin is made from horse serum. ...Read more
Agressive management: Avoiding tetanus in an old >1-2 day & dirty wound requires agressive management. The wound is cleaned & dead tissue removed. Tetanus Immune Globulin is administered to block (immediately) the effect of any toxin emerging from the wound while the toxoid is given to boost the individuals response (which takes a while).Oral or IV meds are given to kill off the tetanus germs. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
Tattoo treatment: Adverse reactions to tattoo pigments are possible, but unusual. Based on your description, it is impossible to tell if you are having a reaction to the tattoo ink, or if you are having symptoms typically associated with tattoo placement. If you are concerned, seek medical advice. ...Read more
Generally safe imagi:
Who technical report shows that ultrasound is safe.
It is safe and effective and highly flexible imaging, which provides very valuable information in diagnosing and managing diseases
there is no evidence that ultrasond is harmful to the fetus, or children and adults. ...Read more
Difference between allergic reaction and adverse reaction? Is there an official definition of both?
An allergic reaction refers to a process that normally does not occur with the administration of drug: specifically involved with histamine release and the signs and symptoms associated with histamine release such as: swelling, itching, low blood pressure, difficulty breathing, etc.
Adverse reactions are usually predictable but unwanted symptoms associated with a certain medication. ...Read more
As an adult who has never received a tetanus shot in my lifetime, would it be safe to get one now, or could there be adverse reactions?
Tetanus: Tetanus is a disease causes by a bacteria called clostridium tetani. It is characterized by paralysis of the muscles including the diaphragm muscle which could be life threatening even leading to death. Tetanus can be easily prevented by taking a tetanus vaccine. The common side effects can be injection site reaction, pain and fever (with a combination vaccine), rarely an allergic reaction. ...Read moreSee 2 more doctor answers
My eyesight has improved recently after an adverse reaction to a tick bite. Is this unusual? I can see almost normally for the 1st time in years.
Yes: The over-the-counter remedies may cause more inflammation / irritation than they help. Topical retinoic acid derivatives can dry and/or inflame the skin or make it sensitive to sunlight, and some people are allergic to topical and/or systemic antibiotics. Accutane prescribed by dermatologists is certain to produce significant side effects that you'll need to discuss before starting. ...Read more
Call somebody!: If they are having difficulty breathing, are seizing, are dusky or blue, or are lethargic, call 911. Otherwise, call your doctor's office immediately. If there is not a timely response and/or you are not comfortable with waiting, go to the nearest emergency room. ...Read moreSee 3 more doctor answers
Different causes: Botox produces paralysis in any muscle injected. Beside the direct effect on the upper eyelid muscle that can produce a temporary droop, in many cases when Botox is injected in the forehead area to smooth down the wrinkles, it can produce a droop of eyebrow and consequently a droop of the eyelid skin. You should use a reputable surgeon with experience with Botox to avoid most side effects. ...Read moreSee 1 more doctor answer
NO! ALL should avoid!:
This is a dangerous vaccine that appears to do more harm than good! It is associated with a high incidence of serious side effects including death and there is evidence it may increase rather than decrease the risk of cervical cancer!
please read these articles to learn more:
http://bit. Ly/1qciftd. ...Read more
No, but...: The phrase "most common adverse reaction" means that IF you have an adverse reaction to a medication, it's most likely to be that one. It's a statement about possibilities, not a warning that you will definitely get the reaction. ...Read more
Bf given 4 shots yesterday and he keeps nearly passing out. This a normal reaction to the shots or could this be an adverse reaction?
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