<< Angioedema In The Emergency Department: An Evidence-Based Review


Angioedema, the swelling of subcutaneous or submucosal tissue, is a clinical manifestation of various pathological processes. Most cases are due to allergic or immunologic reactions, ACE inhibitor use, or a genetic or functional deficiency of C1-INH. Severe upper airway compromise is one of the most devastating presentations.

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