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Paper Chase 2 | Corticosteroids for Allergy/Anaphylaxis Do Not Decrease Relapse

Nate Finnerty, MD and Rebekah Richards, MD
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Discuss findings from the recent article by Grunau BE, Wiens MO, Rowe BH, McKay R, Li J, Yi TW, Stenstrom R, Schellenberg RR, Grafstein E, Scheuermeyer FX. Emergency Department Corticosteroid Use for Allergy or Anaphylaxis Is Not Associated With Decreased Relapses. Ann Emerg Med. 2015 Oct;66(4):381-9.

 

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