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HAVUYHA AA AK HAK BY Q A HJ
QUICK, HE'S GOING INTO SHOCK!
He's had hives and swelling so far. It must be anaphylactic shock!
I'll get an epi-pen!
Keep an eye on him, he could go back any time!
I think he’s stabilizing......
The symptoms could persist for days, he’ll need time to recover
Signs of anaphylactic shock include clammy skin, pale breathing, vomiting and a fast pulse or fast breathing
Other types of shock include toxic, septic, hypovolfmic and hypoglycemic
It can take up to 24 hours to escape danger and 3-5 hours to fully recover from Anaphylactic shock
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