Anaphylactic shock

  • Coronary heart disease
  • Pulmonary heart
  • Arrhythmia
  • The system anaphylactic reactions if you are allergic to cow's milk are rare, but forget about them not. These reactions develop, as a rule, immediately after the reception of milk, and a few drops or milliliters may be sufficient for their appearance [153, 154]. Symptoms of systemic anaphylaxis include sudden weakness, expressed paleness, sweating, low body temperature, frequent weak pulse and blood pressure. Often there are also generalized urticaria, angioneurotic edema, cyanosis, laryngeal edema, shortness of breath and wheezing, abdominal pain, vomiting or diarrhea. If the patient is sensitive to small amounts of cow milk sample with him should be undertaken with special caution because of the risk of developing systemic anaphylaxis. This provision applies fully to such patients who have Allergy symptoms were not pronounced. In sensitive to milk persons the development of anaphylaxis in the process of the samples was observed in 9-33% of cases after ingestion of small quantities of milk [2, 16, 59].
    Fortunately, cow's milk is not used for parenteral nutrition. The literature describes a case [Wallace et al. 155] intravenous 100 ml pasteurized cow's milk patient with duodenal ulcer. After 10 minutes he developed a systemic and urticaria, followed by intravascular coagulation and fat embolism. Antibodies against proteins of milk serum were not found (used haemagglutination reaction and precipitation). After 6 weeks intake of milk never had this sick any reactions. It remains unclear whether there was an immediate reaction caused by the proteins in cow's milk or bacterial antigens.