Simple Summary: Anaphylactic shock (AS) is the most serious consequence of anaphylaxis, with life threatening sequelae including hypovolemia, shock, and arrhythmias. The literature lacks evidence for the effectiveness of interventions other than epinephrine in the acute phase of anaphylaxis. Our objective was to assess, through a systematic review, how inhibition of nitric oxide (NO) pathways affects blood pressure, and whether such blockade improves survival in AS animal models.

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