- 32 pages
- Spiral Bound
- 80# Aqueous Coating
- 4.25" x 7.25"
- Ships in 5 – 10 business days
- Key Points
- List of Consensus-based Statements
- Testing Procedures for Delayed HSRs
- Contraindications to Drug Challenges
- Open Drug Challenge Protocols for Immediate Reactions
- Single-blind Placebo-controlled Challenge Protocols
- Open Drug Challenge Protocols for Non-severe Delayed Reactions
- Testing Options for Delayed HSRs
- HLA Associations With Delayed Drug HSRs
- Drugs With No or Weak Evidence of Cross-reactivity
- Groups of Beta-lactam Antibiotics that Share Side Chains
- Immediate Hypersensitivity Cephalosporin Skin Testing
- Criteria For 1- or 2-step TMP-SMX Oral Challenge and Exclusion
- Classification of Common Aspirin/NSAID HSRs
- COX-1 and COX-2 Inhibiting Medications
- Clinical Characteristics Determining the Need for Challenge versus Desensitization in AERD Patients
- Graded Aspirin Challenge Protocol for Patients With Cardiovascular Disease
- Various Commonly Utilized Aspirin Desensitization Protocols for AERD
- NSAID Classification Based on Chemical Structure
- Rapid Low Dose Aspirin Graded Challenge for Cardiovascular Emergencies
- Incidence and Characteristics of Chemotherapeutic HSRs
- Timeline of Drug HSRs
- Recommended Approach to Beta-lactam Administration
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