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How common is anaphylaxis shock with aminoglycoside?

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Dr. George Valdez
Family Medicine
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In brief: Rare

Its very uncommon, but possible.

In brief: Rare

Its very uncommon, but possible.
Dr. George Valdez
Dr. George Valdez
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Dr. Arthur Vegh
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology

In brief: Very uncommon.

Quite uncommon. In my 25 years of allergy-immunologly training I have seen/heard of it occurring about 2-4 times.
Also, i believe in the distant past i read about a case of an aminoglycocide causing "red man syndrome" when it was administered rapidly, a non specific erythematous rash/flush which is not allergic but can be decreased by slowing down the infusion.

In brief: Very uncommon.

Quite uncommon. In my 25 years of allergy-immunologly training I have seen/heard of it occurring about 2-4 times.
Also, i believe in the distant past i read about a case of an aminoglycocide causing "red man syndrome" when it was administered rapidly, a non specific erythematous rash/flush which is not allergic but can be decreased by slowing down the infusion.
Dr. Arthur Vegh
Dr. Arthur Vegh
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