Conclusion

Allergic and pseudoallergic reactions may be mild or life threatening. Efforts to manage these reactions or change the patient's treatment due to the reactions may increase costs and prevent best therapeutic outcomes. The health care professional should carefully explore all available information to accurately assess potential risks from drugs after an apparent reaction to guide both avoidance and alternative treatments. The health care professional should partner with the patient to document reactions so the patient can avoid drugs that present dangers to them if possible and receive the best drug choices when needed.

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