Classification of hives and swelling of the quinta

Rash, itching, blisters and swelling as characteristicfeatures of urticaria. Features of the course of acute and chronic forms of urticaria. Anamnesis and physical examination for diagnosis. Treatment of urticaria with antihistamines and immunomodulators.

presentation, added on 04/08/2014

Study of the main causes of the diseaseurticaria and angiootek: exposure to industrial and household reagents, uncontrolled use of medicines, and the effect of concomitant chronic pathology (endocrine, gastroenterological).

report, added on 03/08/2014

The need for a short course of corticosteroidsfor the removal of edema and itching in severe allergic reactions. Treatment of Quincke's disease. Reduction of emotional and physical loads, as well as the use of antihistamines for the prevention of allergic rash.

article, added on 01/06/2014

Chronic inflammation of the bronchial tree. Hypersensitivity of the respiratory tract to stimuli indifferent to healthy individuals. Formation of chronic obstruction with a viscous secret. Asthma of a moderate course. Vasiemotor edema of Quincke.

summary, added 15/10/2011

Allergic reactions of the immediate type asIgE-mediated immune reactions that occur with the damage of their own tissues, their pathogenesis. Diagnosis of diseases caused by allergic reactions of immediate type. Atopic diseases.

abstract, added on 04/07/2010

Analysis of general aspects of formation and mechanismthe start of an allergic process. The main types and treatment of allergic diseases. Symptoms of allergic rhinitis. Complications of bronchial asthma. Skin manifestations of allergy: urticaria, edema Quincke.

essay, added on 12/24/2012

Urticaria is one of the most commonallergic diseases. Foci of chronic infection in the human body as the main cause of chronic endogenous form of urticaria. Clinical symptoms of the disease. Features of treatment of urticaria.

essay, added on 03/28/2014

The concept of allergy and antibodies, classificationallergic processes and types of allergens. Features of serum sickness, auto allergies, allergic reactions of 1-5 types. Contact dermatitis, urticaria, Stevens-Johnson syndrome and Lyell, their manifestations.

presentation, added on 04/04/2014

Descriptions of the disease, acute and chronicurticaria, their diagnosis and basic therapy. Research of pharmaceutical companies for the development of preparations against hives, their description and application. Suprastinex as a solution to problems with hives.

report, added on 04/04/2014

Allergic diseases in children. Causes and varieties of hives. Clinical manifestations of Quincke's edema: prognosis and prophylaxis. Obligations of the nurse of the nursery department. Nursing care for allergic diseases in children.

term paper, added on 12/16/2014

Groups of allergic reactions according toclassification proposed by Cooke. The mechanism of development of the immediate type reaction, the degree of participation of histamine in them. Histological picture of allergic reactions of delayed type. Shock with reverse anaphylaxis.

Abstract, added on 12/18/2012

The causes of the violation of immune reactions of the body,the occurrence of respiratory allergies and food allergies. Features of urticaria, Quincke's edema, atopic dermatitis, eczema, anaphylactic shock. Treatment of immunopathological conditions.

Abstract, added on 12/06/2010

The study of allergic, pseudoallergic andanaphylactoid reactions to histamine-liberators. Descriptions of the clinical picture of anaphylactic shock, Quincke's edema, pollinosis, leukopenia and agranuloziz. Analysis of emergency care resuscitation.

abstract, added on 06/12/2010

Allergy as an immune reaction of the body,accompanied by damage to their own tissues. Description of the etiology, course, diagnosis and treatment of such diseases in children as: allergic stomatitis, anaphylactic shock, Quincke's edema, Lyle's disease.

presentation, added on 10/19/2014

The main complaints when entering a stationarytreatment. The study of the main organs and systems of the patient, the data of laboratory and additional surveys. Statement and substantiation of the diagnosis: chronic recurrent urticaria, treatment technique.

medical history, added on 05/07/2013

Anaphylaxis as an allergic reactionimmediate type. The prevalence of cases of anaphylactic shock and their underlying causes. The main symptoms of anaphylactic shock. Rash and congestion on the back. Introduction of antihistamines for prevention.

report, added on Wednesday, 26 April 2012

Etiology and pathogenesis of edema and dropsy asthe accumulation of fluids in tissues and interstitial spaces, as a result of a disturbance in the exchange of water in the body. The study of symptoms of cardiac, renal, inflammatory, toxic, allergic and neurogenic edema.

course work, added 10.05.2012

Anaphylactic reaction is a clinical manifestationsystemic allergic reaction of immediate type. Reasons for the reaction are medicines and poisons of insects. Local and systemic reactions to bites and stings of insects. Diagnosis of allergies.

abstract, added on 04/07/2010

Anaphylactic shock as an allergic reactionimmediate type, developing with the repeated introduction of an allergen, factors and the rate of its development. Causes of anaphylactic shock, its clinic and pathogenesis, principles of first aid and prognosis.

presentation, added 19/05/2012

Etiology, flow pattern and treatmentrespiratory diseases in animals and humans. Features of the manifestation of bronchitis, symptoms of emphysema, hyperemia and pulmonary edema, the symptoms of various types of pneumonia. Indications for the treatment of diseases of this kind.

summary, added 05/05/2011