Anaphylactic shock is a condition that in 20% of cases or more can lead to human death. It is characterized as the strongest immune reaction of the body to an irritant, one or another allergen. This affects the skin and mucous membranes, as well as the digestive, respiratory and cardiovascular systems. If the patient does not receive timely medical care for anaphylactic shock, death may occur. Therefore, it is so important to know the first aid measures for the victim, the signs and symptoms of such a condition.
On December 26, 2023, a round table was held on the diagnosis and treatment of anaphylactic shock. It was attended by specialists of related specialties – associate professor and assistants of the Department of Infectious Diseases, Dermatovenerology and Immunology Maukayeva S.B., Yagafarov F.F., Kozubaeva D.B., Kudaibergenova N.K., assistants of the Department of Hospital Surgery, Anesthesiology and Intensive Care Temirgaliev M.B., Orazgalieva Meruert Tasbolatovna, residents of intensive care anesthesiologists and allergologists immunologists, interns of the 6th year (group 617), doctors and nurses of the infectious diseases department.
During the work, issues of timely diagnosis and emergency care for anaphylactic shock were discussed.