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Medication Allergies

Solomon Behar, MD and Ronald Ferdman, MD
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Medication allergies occur in about 1% of patients. Dr. Ferdman discusses the clinical features of medication allergies. The best strategy to avoid this complication is to avoid giving antibiotics for viral infections. We delve into desensitization to medications, DRESS syndrome, and cross-reactivity between classes of medications.

 

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