Diagnosing & Treating Angioedema
Angioedema Treatment in New Jersey
Treatment will depend on the underlying cause. If one is diagnosed with acquired angioedema, then the underlying medical condition will need to be addressed first. If the diagnosis is hereditary angioedema (Type I, II or III), we then decide if the individual will be treated with medication.
Yes. Angioedema can also involve the airway. If one is experiencing angioedema they need to seek medical attention immediately.