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Table 3 Data that should be recorded by the primary care physicians in the clinical history of patients with suspected drug allergy

From: An EAACI task force report: recognising the potential of the primary care physician in the diagnosis and management of drug hypersensitivity

Data that should be recorded in the case of a suspected DHR
Date of the reaction
The name of the incriminated drug and reason for prescribing
The number of doses taken before the reaction occurred
Time interval between the last dose of drug intake and the onset of the reaction
The nature and detailed description of the symptoms of the reaction
The treatment needed to resolve the reaction
The time for recovery
Other medications taken (both at the time of the reaction and other chemically related drugs after the reaction)
Underlying conditions (such as chronic urticaria/chronic rhinosinusitis)