Discuss what symptoms are associated with anaphylactic shock and how the nurse differentiates these from other conditions or issues. What steps should be taken if the nurse suspects? Give an example and conclusion.
Anaphylaxis is a severe allergic reaction that often take place rapidly and can effect on a life threatening response involving the whole body. This server reaction can sometimes cause breathing problems and shock hence sometime it’s referred as Anaphylactic shock. In most cases such severe allergic reactions are caused by reactions to food, insects stings medications. This paper explores to bring into clarity, the symptoms that are associated with anaphylactic shock and the place of nursing practice in distinguishing their differences from the others.