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Hypersensitivity reactions to alfentanil?.


Coventry DM, Stone P.
PMID: 2974256
Anaesthesia. 1988 Oct;43(10):887-8.
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No abstract available.

[Severe drug accidents and allopurinol].

Annales de dermatologie et de venereologie

Foucault V, Pibouin M, Lehry D, Beneton C, Bousser AM, Menez A, Chevrant-Breton J.
PMID: 2977076
Ann Dermatol Venereol. 1988;115(11):1169-72.

No abstract available.

Amoxicillin and ampicillin: rashes equally likely.

Lancet (London, England)

Porter J, Jick H.
PMID: 6103375
Lancet. 1980 May 10;1(8176):1037. doi: 10.1016/s0140-6736(80)91488-9.

No abstract available.

A localized, recurrent pustular eruption following amoxycillin administration.

Clinical and experimental dermatology

Shuttleworth D.
PMID: 2532988
Clin Exp Dermatol. 1989 Sep;14(5):367-8. doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2230.1989.tb02587.x.

An unusual localized pustular reaction to amoxycillin is reported. Although the rash was recurrent and localized to the identical site on each occasion, the clinical and histological appearances were not those of a typical fixed drug eruption.

[Aspects of environmental health and of pathology caused by pollution with amoxicillin in a pharmaceutical industry].

Nuovi annali d'igiene e microbiologia

Carlesi G, Ferrea E, Melino C, Messineo A, Pacelli E.
PMID: 161618
Nuovi Ann Ig Microbiol. 1979 Mar-Apr;30(2):185-96.

No abstract available.

Fixed genital drug eruption.

The Practitioner

Chowdhury FH.
PMID: 6215644
Practitioner. 1982 Aug;226(1370):1450.

No abstract available.

[Cosmetics in allergy. Diagnosis and therapeutic choices].

Allergologia et immunopathologia

Sánchez Palacios A.
PMID: 7976959
Allergol Immunopathol (Madr). 1994 May-Jun;22(3):116-24.

No abstract available.

[Skin eruption during combined treatment with ampicilin, amoxicilin and allopurinol].


Rimon D, Maor N, Kitzes-Cohen R, Cohen L.
PMID: 6448779
Harefuah. 1980 Feb 01;98(3):121-3.

No abstract available.

[Aspirin intolerance].


Bachert C, Wagenmann M.
PMID: 8125797
HNO. 1993 Dec;41(12):A16-7.

No abstract available.

Adverse reaction to amoxicillin: a case report.

Pediatric dentistry

da Fonseca MA.
PMID: 11048309
Pediatr Dent. 2000 Sep-Oct;22(5):401-4.

Penicillin is the drug that most often leads to allergic reactions and anaphylaxis. The incidence of adverse events triggered by penicillins is believed to be between 1% and 10%. Up to one-tenth of these episodes are life-threatening, with the...

Severe penicillin allergy precipitated by inhalation and topical exposure to co-amoxiclav (Augmentin).

The New Zealand medical journal

Jarrett P, Rademaker M.
PMID: 8890865
N Z Med J. 1996 Sep 27;109(1030):366.

No abstract available.

Adverse drug interactions and reactions in dermatology: current issues of clinical relevance.

Dermatologic clinics

Wong GA, Shear NH.
PMID: 15837159
Dermatol Clin. 2005 Apr;23(2):335-42. doi: 10.1016/j.det.2004.08.001.

This article highlights several adverse drug interactions and reactions relevant to current dermatologic practice. Absorption interactions between drugs and compounds containing polyvalent cations, potential interactions between herbal and conventional medicines, the meaning of sulfa allergy, and adverse cutaneous reactions...

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