Allergy: Insect Sting Topic Guide
Allergy: Insect Sting: Several insects belonging to the class Hymenoptera are capable of injecting venom into humans and animals. These insects include:
Severe Allergic Reaction (Anaphylactic Shock) The severe reaction of anaphylaxis is an immune allergic response that is life-threatening. The symptoms are breathing problems, shock, or death. Reactions may result from an insect sting or certain foods to which the body has been "sensitized" and has developed a powerful antigen for. Anaphylaxis occurs when the imune system overreacts to the antigen.
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