Smartphone Initiative Works To Share Allergic Reaction Information
In a continued effort to modify and diversify its offerings, the newly branded DrSmartphoneMD launched the first in a series of supplemental articles discussing topics associated with avoidance of common allergens.
Tampa Florida (PRWEB) April 10, 2013
In a continued effort to modify and diversify its offerings, the newly branded DrSmartphoneMD launched the first in a series of supplemental articles discussing topics associated with avoidance of common allergens. The series is intended to take a bookmark spot on the internet or phone browser of any potential patient, and is meant to rival some of the better known providers of web based medical knowledge.
The first article encompassing the DrSmartphoneMD article file of knowledge covers the topic of bee stings, and the specific reactions that those sensitive to the sting can experience. The team responsible for writing all of the DrSmartphoneMD explained that any type of allergic reaction is going to run a gamut of symptoms for all people who suffer an allergic reaction.
The team from DrSmartphoneMD explained that minor reactions to bee stings include instant burning pain at the site of the bee sting; a red welt at the site of the sting; a small bright white spot where the stinger has punctured the skin and slight swelling.
Large local reaction and symptoms of a bee sting occur in roughly ten percent of all people who are stung by a bee. The symptoms of a large local reaction include extreme redness; swelling at the site of the bee sting; swelling that increases over a two day period and the reaction can continue for more than ten days.
The team behind DrSmartphoneMD explained that in addition to minor reactions, and large local reactions, it is possible for a person who is sensitive to bee stings to undergo anaphylaxis.
DrSmartPhoneMD is a Tampa Florida provider of supplemental health and wellness information via online and telemedical resources. The company is expanding to provide information to patients on a national basis, and the main method for sharing health information will be smartphone technology. All information provided online by DrSmartPhoneMD is not to be considered medical advice. The company can be found online by visiting http://www.drsmartphonemd.com.
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