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What is cytokine release syndrome? What are the symptoms? And what causes it?

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Dr. Thomas Josa
Internal Medicine - Allergy & Immunology
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In brief: AntiTcell antibodies

Cytokine release syndrome feels like you have a infection causing chills, shakes and fever but the term is reserved for infusion treatments with antibodies that cause the release biochemicals (cytokines) from T-cells.

In brief: AntiTcell antibodies

Cytokine release syndrome feels like you have a infection causing chills, shakes and fever but the term is reserved for infusion treatments with antibodies that cause the release biochemicals (cytokines) from T-cells.
Dr. Thomas Josa
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Dr. Charles Turck
Pharmacology

In brief: See below

Cytokines release syndrome occurs after receiving any one of a class of drugs called monoclonal antibodies.
Symptoms may range from mild to severe. Mild one include: fever, nausea, chills, decreased blood pressure, increased heart rate, headache, rash, shortness of breath, and weakness. It is caused by release of substances from a cell.

In brief: See below

Cytokines release syndrome occurs after receiving any one of a class of drugs called monoclonal antibodies.
Symptoms may range from mild to severe. Mild one include: fever, nausea, chills, decreased blood pressure, increased heart rate, headache, rash, shortness of breath, and weakness. It is caused by release of substances from a cell.
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