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Some law enforcement officials surmised that Richardson, who suffered from bipolar disorder, walked into the canyon, took off her clothes and succumbed to anaphylactic shock from extensive poison oak exposure.
So fingers crossed the only thing inaccurate about these findings is the price, because nobody should have to go bankrupt trying to prevent anaphylactic shock.
Tom has to inject himself with his EpiPen, goes into anaphylactic shock, and then collapses.
The rabbits pelt the younger Mr. McGregor with the berries and one goes into his mouth, causing him to go into anaphylactic shock and administer an EpiPen to himself.
There's nothing funny about anaphylactic shock, even when it's caused by a cute little bunny, according to a group of concerned parents and allergy activists.
The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology (AAAAI) cautions that patients may experience swelling at the injection site, increased allergy symptoms, or, in a worst-care scenario, anaphylactic shock.
Don't worry—going into anaphylactic shock after getting an allergy shot is extremely rare, says Dr. Mainardi.
There is no test, treatment or cure for AFE, which is akin to the anaphylactic shock some people develop from bee stings or peanuts.
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