Statistics

Status: Tuesday, 09. January 2024

13173 completed cases

Male patients 6147 47%
Female patients 7026 53%
Children and youths 3130 24%
Adults 10043 76%

completed cases per country:

Germany 9682 73%
Austria 1114 8%
Switzerland 2377 18%

1888 completed cases

Male patients 1027 54%
Female patients 861 46%
Children and youths 862 46%
Adults 1026 54%

3105 completed cases

Male patients 1717 55%
Female patients 1388 45%
Children and youths 1251 40%
Adults 1854 60%

completed cases per country:

Brazil 223 7%
Bulgaria 255 8%
Greece 422 14%
Ireland 215 7%
Italy 825 27%
Poland 456 15%
Spain 620 20%
Romania 81 3%
Netherlands 1 0%
Croatia 7 0%

336 completed cases

Male patients 180 54%
Female patients 156 46%
Children and youths 294 88%
Adults 42 13%

Welcome

The Anaphylaxis Registry (NORA - Network for Online-Registration of Anaphylaxis) aims to collect data on severe allergic reactions.
An anaphylactic shock is the most serious, and possibly fatal, result of an allergic reaction. Until now severe allergic reactions are not reported in a standardized manner.
Within this project we aim to obtain information about triggers, cofactors and treatment of patients who experienced a severe allergic reaction. Such data  will help to improve the knowledge and treatment modalities of affected patients.