AZ Budget Cuts Lead to Organ Transplant Denials Spending budget cuts in Arizona’s legislature led to a man leaving a medical center Tuesday after the state Medicaid company refused to pay for a life-saving liver transplant. Francisco Felix, the Hepatitis C patient who was denied the transplant, and various other low-income individuals in Arizona have already been refused such necessary procedures after lawmakers lower funding for the company, known as the Arizona HEALTHCARE Cost Containment System, or AHCCCS, CBS News affiliate KPHO-TV in Phoenix reports. Starting Oct. 1, the company began reversing its authorization of organ transplants for 98 low-income sufferers, regarding to NPR.‘We identified no situations of anaphylaxis in children significantly less than 4 years older. The median age of our case sufferers was 17 years previous with a variety from 4 to 65 years old,’ McNeil noted in a journal news release. None of the social individuals who had anaphylaxis died, and only one had to be hospitalized, the scholarly study found. Pre-existing allergies, asthma or past anaphylaxis were one factor in 85 % of these cases, the study found. The researchers pointed out that these medical issues are known risk elements for anaphylaxis. Life-threatening reactions are rare subsequent immunization but caregivers should be prepared to treat symptoms of anaphylaxis. The study mentioned that epinephrine – – the first-collection treatment for anaphylaxis – – was presented with in mere 45 % of the cases.