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A Retrospective Critical Analysis and Risk Stratification of Penicillin Allergy De-labelling in a UK Specialist Regional Allergy Service.

A spurious label of penicillin allergy (Pen-A) negatively impacts on antibiotic stewardship and healthcare costs. Recent studies have proposed a guideline-steered direct penicillin challenge without undertaking allergy tests when 'true allergy' is unlikely.

Recent advances in the management of allergy associated diseases in children.

The allergy symptoms could arise from variable organ systems and have fluctuating nature in severity as well as symptoms. Moreover, these symptoms could be related to multiple pathological states like common cold, chronic obstipation, diarrhea, etc. On the other hand, food allergy diagnosis that usually spread by IgE-mediated inhalant also poses a great challenge in front of the scientific fraternity. So far, many advances in the field of allergy diagnosis, as well as therapeutics, have been made. These adv...

Anaphylaxis by exclusive allergy to swordfish and identification of a new fish allergen.

Fish allergy affects up to 7% of the worldwide population, with variations between countries mostly stemming from consumption rates and methods of allergy diagnosis. In Spain, where fish consumption is high, fish allergy affects 11% of food-allergic children under 14 years of age, who consult for the first time for food allergy.

Predictors of Persistent Wheat Allergy in Children: A Retrospective Cohort Study.

Wheat allergy is the third most common food allergy that develops during infancy in Japan. To identify factors associated with persistent wheat allergy, we assessed the rate of tolerance acquisition among Japanese children aged less than 6 years with an immediate-type wheat allergy using the oral food challenge (OFC) method.

Who needs penicillin allergy testing?

All individuals with an unconfirmed penicillin allergy should have their penicillin allergy evaluated, and if appropriate, tested to confirm current hypersensitivity or tolerance.

Apovitellin identified as a novel major egg allergen in goose egg allergy.

Allergy to hen's eggs is among the most common hypersensitivity in children (1) whereas, allergy to eggs from other species' is less frequent and usually observed in patients already allergic to hen's eggs (2). So far, only few reports suggest the possibility of selective immunoreactivity to proteins from eggs of different birds (2,3). This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

Evaluation of food allergy candidate loci in the Genetics of Food Allergy Study.

A recent genome-wide association study suggested novel candidate loci for food allergy. Apart from the established locus at 11q13, these revealed no association with food allergy in the Genetics Of Food Allergy Study.

Relevance of low specific IgE levels to egg, milk and peanut in infancy.

IgE sensitisation is usually associated with allergy-related diseases, but may also occur in asymptomatic individuals. The clinical importance of IgE antibody concentrations in the interval 0.1-0.34 kU/L in early life in relation to allergy development is poorly evaluated.

Allergy in the elderly: case note review.

The prevalence of IgE-mediated disease increased significantly during the 20th century. In developed countries, about 20% of people have atopic disease, which consumes significant amounts of healthcare funding. For example, in UK general practice, allergic conditions account for 6% of consultations and ~10% of prescribing costs [1]. Whilst most studies of allergy focus on children and adolescents, relatively little has been written about allergy in older people, although food allergy may be increasingly com...

Egg allergen specific IgE diversity predicts resolution of egg allergy in the population cohort HealthNuts.

IgE-mediated egg allergy presents as one of the most common food allergies in children. Measurement of egg white-specific IgE levels in serum or skin prick test has been shown to be a poor predictor of clinical allergy to raw egg white, and also to baked or cooked egg. Recent developments in component resolved diagnostic (CRD) technology have enabled us to improve the way in which we diagnose and predict peanut allergy through examining IgE specificity to individual peptides.

Hospitalizations in Children with a Penicillin Allergy Label: An Assessment of Healthcare Impact.

Beta-lactam allergy is overdiagnosed. Diagnosis of penicillin allergy has been associated with a greater use of hospital resources and an increased risk of antibiotic-resistant infections, although this issue remains poorly studied in children. We aimed to compare patient characteristics and use of hospital resources in hospitalized children with and without a record of penicillin allergy.

How Different Parts of the World Provide New Insights Into Food Allergy.

The prevalence and patterns of food allergy are highly variable in different parts of the world. Differences in food allergy epidemiology may be attributed to a complex interplay of genetic, epigenetic, and environmental factors, suggesting that mechanisms of food allergy may differ in various global populations. Genetic polymorphisms, migration, climate, and infant feeding practices all modulate food allergy risk, and possibly also the efficacy of interventions aimed at primary prevention of food allergy d...

Predictive values of alpha-gal IgE levels and alpha-gal IgE:total IgE ratio and oral food challenge proven meat allergy in a population with a high prevalence of reported red meat allergy.

Severe meat allergy with anaphylaxis may be caused by sensitisation to alpha-gal. Levels of alpha-gal sensitisation that correlate with high risk of meat allergy are currently unknown. We have identified an area with a high prevalence of reported red meat allergy which offered the opportunity to evaluate the diagnostic value of IgE antibody tests.

Rural and Urban Food Allergy Prevalence from the South African Food Allergy Study (Saffa).

Food sensitization and challenge proven food allergy has not been compared in urban and rural settings.

Implementing primary prevention of food allergy in infants: New BSACI guidance published.

Molecular allergy diagnostics refines characterization of children sensitized to dog dander.

Sensitization to dog dander is an important risk factor for rhino-conjunctivitis and asthma, but not sufficient for diagnosing dog allergy. Molecular allergy diagnostics offers new opportunities for refined characterization.

What can urban/rural differences in food allergy prevalence tell us about the drivers of food allergy?

MNP triggers nasal allergy by modulating dendritic cell properties.

Exposure to MNP generates Th2 response-inducing dendritic cells. Transfer of OVA/MNP-primed dendritic cells induces nasal allergy. Inhibition of Bcl2L12 prevents nasal allergy development.

Prevalence of allergy to human seminal fluid among women with allergy to male dog and sensitization to Can f 5.

The number of households with pets is progressively increasing. The amount of registered dogs in our country arises up to over 5 million, and they are currently the main pet. It is estimated that 27% of European adults coming to the clinic for suspected allergy to inhalant allergens are sensitized to dogs, and mammal epithelia are the third cause of rhinitis and asthma after dust mites and pollen in Spain. This article is protected by copyright. All rights reserved.

Inpatient Beta-lactam test-dose Protocol promotes Antimicrobial Stewardship in Patients with History of Penicillin Allergy.

Penicillin allergy is the most commonly reported drug allergy in hospitalized patients, resulting in increased second-line antibiotic use, nosocomial infections, and healthcare utilization. Given that the vast majority of patients are not truly allergic, a safe strategy that empowers the admitting physician is needed.

The Health and Economic Outcomes of Peanut Allergy Management Practices.

Peanut allergy is managed with strict avoidance, epinephrine carriage, and promptly treating reactions.

Ratios of specific IgG over IgE antibodies do not improve prediction of peanut allergy nor of its severity compared to specific IgE alone.

IgG antibodies have been suggested to play a protective role in the translation of peanut sensitization into peanut allergy. Whether they have added value as diagnostic read-out has not yet been reported.

Atopic dermatitis in African American patients is T2/T22-skewed with T1/T17 attenuation.

African Americans/(AA) are disproportionately impacted by atopic dermatitis/(AD) with increased prevalence and therapeutic challenges unique to this population. Molecular profiling data informing development of targeted therapeutics for AD are derived primarily from European American/(EA) patients. These studies are absent in AA, hindering development of effective treatments for this population.

Implementation of the NIAID Peanut Allergy Guidelines: Outcomes and Experience.

The Challenges of Preventing Food Allergy: lessons learned from LEAP and EAT.

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