1. Introduction to Anaphylaxis Essentials
2. Early recognition of anaphylaxis in high risk settings
3. Management of anaphylaxis refractory to standard first line therapy
4. Anaphylaxis Variants - Biphasic, Protracted, and Very Late Onset Presentations
5. Exercise Induced Anaphylaxis
6. In Office Preparedness for Anaphylaxis
7. Masquerars of Anaphylaxis
8. Anaphylaxis Education - For patients, day cares, schools and Colleges
9. Anaphylaxis Advocacy
10. Further resources for clinicians
This book serves as a comprehensive but concise, practical, in-depth resource for practitioners who see and treat anaphylaxis. It meets the market need for a reference that relays an advanced understanding of the condition and its management.
This unique reference covers management beyond the basics, including discussions around prevention of biphasic anaphylaxis, optimal post-stabilization protocols and how to work up intraoperative anaphylaxis. Additionally, various chapters delve into the practical application of equipping one's office for the management of anaphylaxis, specifically in the setting of a reaction to a food challenge or immunotherapy injection.
Anaphylaxis: A Practical Guide is an essential resource for allergists, emergency room physicians, and pediatricians, and those in training to become members of these specialties.
Anne K. Ellis
Professor, Division Chair, Allergy & Immunology
Chair of the Division of Allergy & Immunology
Director of the Allergy Research Unit of Kingston General HospitalQueen's UniversityOntario, Canada