NE80.3/T80.6 Other serum reactions



Other serum reactions are rare reactions that occur in response to certain blood tests. These reactions can be caused by an allergic reaction to a component of the serum, an infection, or a systemic autoimmune reaction.


The diagnosis of other serum reactions is made through a detailed medical history, physical examination, and laboratory testing. Laboratory tests may include blood tests, skin tests, or other tests to determine the cause of the reaction.

Differential diagnosis

Differential diagnoses of other serum reactions include allergic reactions, infections, or autoimmune reactions. It is important to identify the underlying cause of the reaction in order to determine the best treatment plan.


Treatment of other serum reactions depends on the underlying cause. Allergic reactions may be treated with antihistamines, while infections may be treated with antibiotics. Autoimmune reactions may require immunosuppressive medications.


The prognosis of other serum reactions is usually good and most patients respond well to treatment. However, some patients may experience recurrent reactions or long-term complications. It is important to follow up with the doctor to ensure the reaction does not recur.

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