Allergic Reactions to Drugs

According to most studies, allergic reactions represent 35%-50% of all untoward reactions to drugs, yet the pharmacological literature concerning the clinical aspects, diagnosis, and pathophysiological mechanisms of drug allergy is markedly less extensive than reports dealing with the toxicological...

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Bibliographic Details
Other Authors: Weck, Alain L. de (Editor), Bundgaard, H. (Editor)
Format: eBook
Language:English
Published: Berlin, Heidelberg Springer Berlin Heidelberg 1983, 1983
Edition:1st ed. 1983
Series:Handbook of Experimental Pharmacology
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Collection: Springer Book Archives -2004 - Collection details see MPG.ReNa
Table of Contents:
  • Section I: General Aspects of Drug Allergies
  • 1 Immunochemical Basis of Allergic Reactions to Drugs
  • 2 Chemical and Pharmaceutical Aspects of Drug Allergy
  • 3 Immunopathological Mechanisms and Clinical Aspects of Allergic Reactions to Drugs
  • 4 Cutaneous Manifestations of Drug Allergy
  • 5 Allergy of the Respiratory Tract to Low Molecular Weight Chemical Agents
  • 6 Epidemiology of Drug Allergy: Drug Monitoring
  • 7 Diagnostic Procedures in Drug Allergy
  • 8 Prevention and Treatment of Drug Allergies
  • Section II: Allergic Reactions to Specific Drugs
  • 9 Major Drugs Acting on the Central Nervous System
  • 10 General and Local Anaesthetics
  • 11 Analgesics and Nonsteroidal Anti-Inflammatory Drugs
  • 12 Neuromuscular Blocking Drugs
  • 13 Drugs Used Topically
  • 14 Antihistamines
  • 15 Drugs Acting on the Cardiovascular System
  • 16 Penicillins and Cephalosporins
  • 17 Other Antibiotics
  • 18 Other Antibacterial Drugs
  • 19 Antifungal, Anthelmintic, and Antiprotozoal Drugs
  • 20 Solutions and Emulsions Used for Intravenous Infusions
  • 21 Gastrointestinal Drugs
  • 22 Intolerance to Food and Drug Additives
  • 23 Vitamins
  • 24 Corticotrophins and Corticosteroids
  • 25 Hypersensitivity Reactions to Hormones
  • 26 Allergy to Insulin
  • 27 Radiologic Contrast Media