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Local and systemic allergic type I reactions can occur in rare cases (especially in the case of improper testing, high sensitization and concentrated test solutions, e.g. for drugs). S.a. Provocation test.
ROXALL has recently introduced an automatic pricking machine (PRIXI) which, when the arm is correctly positioned, performs the pricking process automatically within 15 seconds. The economic efficiency will be demonstrated.
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