Angioedema Treatment can be classified into four basic categories each effective against one type of Angioedema: Allergic Angioedema, Drug Induced Angioedema, Hereditary Angioedema, and Acquired Angioedema.
Angioedema Treatment for each type of Angioedema involves:
-Allergic Angioedema: avoidance of the allergen and use of antihistamines and sometimes steroid therapy.
-Drug Induced Angioedema: Immediate discontinuation of the drug that caused the condition and possible treatment with other drugs that can alleviate symptoms.
-Hereditary Angioedema: Avoidance of stimuli that have resulted in attacks the past as well as proper drug therapy.
-Acquired Angioedema: Drug therapy.
Recovery from Angioedema Treatment:
Patients undergoing Angioedema Treatment should be monitored closely as drug treatments can have adverse effects; some even having the possibility to exacerbate the symptoms.