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CONCLUSION: For children, if we add the questionnaire to the existing study, which questions them regarding the symptoms of food allergy, the diagnosis by the physician, and the blood test, we can better investigate the prevalence of food allergies and changing pattern by the year. In adults, we propose that future investigations consisting of the National Health and Nutrition Survey and a comprehensive survey of living conditions should be conducted, because few studies have reported on food allergies. PMID: 30022786 [PubMed - in process]
[DIETARY GUIDANCE TO PATIENTS WITH FOOD ALLERGY IN INFANCY]. Arerugi. 2018;67(6):735-739 Authors: Ito K PMID: 30022781 [PubMed - in process]
ConclusionCarriage of AAI devices is suboptimal in young adolescents prescribed AAIs, particularly when young adolescents are independent of parental supervision.
Conclusions: Since the AR accuracy of the questionnaire is about 60%, it should be considered that the questionnaire based survey overestimates the true prevalence of AR in Korean children.
Authors: Manuyakorn W, Tanpowpong P Abstract The prevalence of food allergy and food intolerance is increasing and it is an important public health problem affecting children. Food allergy results from an immunological reaction to certain food(s) and affects numerous organs in the body. Food intolerances are non-immunological reactions including metabolic, toxic, pharmacological and undefined mechanisms. Cow milk is the most common cause of food allergy and food intolerance, especially in young children. Food intolerance can present with similar symptoms to those of food allergy. Health-care personnel, patients and...
Title: Food Allergies Less Severe in Infants: StudyCategory: Health NewsCreated: 7/17/2018 12:00:00 AMLast Editorial Review: 7/18/2018 12:00:00 AM
Layperson food allergy management plans commonly stipulate that if epinephrine is used to "immediately call 911 and seek care in the nearest medical facility" for observation. Objective: To evaluate the cost-effectiveness of this strategy, versus a watchful waiting approach before activating emergency medical services (EMS).
After completing her fellowship in allergy and immunology, Dr. X accepted an appointment in an academic position at a tertiary care pediatric hospital. Many of the patients Dr. X sees for evaluation of food allergy have undergone serum specific IgE testing prior to their allergy consultation. As time goes on, Dr. X begins to notice a concerning trend in patients referred from Dr. Y, a primary care provider who has been practicing in the community for over twenty years. Dr. X is worried that many of Dr.
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