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- Cooling. If triggered by medication, discontinue medication. Glucocorticoids such as prednisolone (e.g. Solu-Decortin H) initial 250 mg i.v., for severe reactions up to 1.0 g/day i.v. Gradual reduction depending on the clinic. In emergency situations, the administration of a drinking cortisone (Celestamine N liquidum) has proven to be effective. This can be prescribed to patients with known and recurrent angioedema.
- Additionally, antihistamines such as dimetinden (e.g. Fenistil) initially 1-2 amp/day i.v., reduction according to clinic. In case of complications such as laryngeal edema, glottis edema, immediate intensive care measures! For emergency situations, use a ready-to-use adrenaline syringe(e.g. Anapen, Fastject).
Outgoing links (8)Adrenalin; Allergy (overview); Angioedema acquired; Antihistamines, systemic; Dimetinden; Glucocorticosteroids systemic; Intolerance reaction; Prednisolone;
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