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• Ranitidine, 1 mg/kg IV q6h for persistent anaphylaxis
• Glucagon, 0.05-1 mg IV in over 5 min, followed by infusion (0.1 mg/kg/hr) titrated to clinical response, for anaphylaxis resistant to epinephrine, specifically in patients receiving ß-blocking agents and ACE inhibitors
Figure I-2. General approach to management of anaphylaxis. (ACE = angiotensin-converting enzyme; ET = endotracheal; NS = normal saline; PICU = pediatric intensive care unit.)
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