Extended patient care report for a patient in anaphylactic shock

Leticia Clark-Whitter
Thursday, September 2, 2021

Anaphylactic shock is potentially life threatening, it is rare and can be difficult to diagnose. There is little veterinary research in this area, despite a quick diagnosis and treatment being essential to the recovery of these patients. This report discusses recognising the signs seen in anaphylaxis and the role of the nurse in monitoring and treating these emergency patients.

Table 1. Likelihood of anaphylaxis in humans
Table 1. Likelihood of anaphylaxis in humans

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