In children as well as adults immunization can cause adverse reactions, even anaphylactic shock.
Severe allergic reactions can cause anaphylactic shock. You should go to an emergency room immediately.
Allergic reactions can also cause the throat to swell shut. Acute allergic reactions are called anaphylactic reactions and may be fatal. Strangulation puts external pressure on the trachea causing another form of choking.
To be honest, there can be so many materials that cause anaphylactic shocks, for example:bee stingsother insect stingsPeanuts or other nutslatex (like the surgical gloves)sometimes with animals like cats!So there isn't a definite answer to that question, because there are just sooo many materials that people get allergies from. you have to remember that the shocks occur when antibodies in your blood stream overreact to a substance, and it takes time or forever for certain people's bodies to work out that the material is completely safe and it isn't going to do any harm to the body.Hope I helped :)
No, but you can die of anaphylactic shock, brought on by severe allergic reactions.
An allergic reaction can be hives or even a severe reaction such as anaphylactic shock. If you have any concerns regarding the medication you are on or the symptoms you may be having call your doctor immediatly. Severe allergic reactions can cause death.
It can cause spasms of the larynx that block the patient's airway and cause dyspnea
materials used in chemical reactions are reactants