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Sesame allergy is estimated to affect 17% of children with IgE-mediated food allergy, and often co-occurs with peanut/tree nut sensitization and allergy. Sesame-specific IgE levels may have utility in the clinical management of these patients.
Sesame allergy is of growing concern in the United States. The US Food and Drug Administration recently issued a request for epidemiological data on the prevalence and severity of sesame allergies in the United States to inform possible regulatory action requiring sesame to be labeled as an allergen on packaged foods.
IgE-mediated food allergy in which symptoms vary from mild skin reaction to anaphylactic shock is a pathological condition caused by IgE-mediated mast cell activation against ingested food antigens. Its prevalence has been increasing recent decades especially in developed countries and now nearly 5% of adults and 8% of children are affected by food allergy.
Sesame is an allergen of increasing importance.
The clinical spectrum of food allergy (FA) is broad and includes immediate hypersensitivity reactions, typically IgE-mediated, like food-induced urticaria and food-induced anaphylaxis (FIA), and delayed or non IgE-mediated reactions such as allergic proctocolitis and food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome. IgE-mediated FA affects up to 2.5% of the adult population and 6-8% of children. Most of the epidemiological studies reporting an increase of IgE-mediated FA have been done in developed countries usi...
Food allergy diagnosis in clinical studies can be challenging. Oral food challenges (OFC) are time-consuming, carry some risk and may therefore not be acceptable to all study participants.
Peanut allergy (PNA) is an IgE-mediated immune disorder which merits particular attention due to its impact on the health and quality of life of millions of patients worldwide. PNA tends to develop in early life and resolves in only 20% of peanut-allergic children. It accounts for the majority of severe food-related allergic reactions. An accurate diagnosis of PNA is vital. In this review we present the approach to the diagnosis of peanut allergy, starting from the history and proceeding to measures of over...
The European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI) supports three journals: "Allergy", "Pediatric Allergy and Immunology (PAI)" and "Clinical and Translational Allergy (CTA)". One of the major goals of EAACI is to support health promotion in which prevention of allergy and asthma plays a critical role and to disseminate the knowledge of allergy to all stakeholders including the EAACI junior members. This paper summarizes the achievements of 2018 in anaphylaxis, food and drug allergy. Main topic...
Cow's milk protein allergy (CMA) is the second most common food allergy in Singapore. However, there is limited data on local paediatric CMA.
Studies suggest that the prevalence of food allergy may be increasing worldwide. Results regarding the prevalence and features of adverse food reactions older people have, however, scarcely been analysed in the literature. Thus, the objective of the present systematic review will be to describe the prevalence of food allergy in older individuals, its risk factors, clinical features, as well as the most frequently and commonly involved foods.
Food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome (FPIES) is a non-IgE-mediated food allergy. Its relationship to the major atopic manifestations (atopic dermatitis, AD; IgE-mediated food allergy, IgE-FA; allergic rhinitis, AR; asthma) is not understood.
Food allergy negatively impacts the quality of life (QoL) and has been associated with increased maternal anxiety. There is currently a lack of data assessing QoL of food allergic children and adolescents in Russia. We aimed to evaluate the performance of the Food Allergy Quality of Life Questionnaires (FAQLQ) measures in a Russian sample of children, adolescents and mothers and to investigate association between child QoL and maternal general anxiety.
The prevalence of allergic diseases differs in urban and rural populations.
Food allergy encompasses a range of food hypersensitivities. Different clinical phenotypes for food allergy are likely to exist, in much the same way as endotype discovery is now a major research theme in asthma. We discuss the emerging evidence for different reaction phenotypes i.e. symptoms experienced following allergen exposure in food-allergic individuals, and their relevance for clinical practice.
An estimated 0.1 to 0.2% of the North American population is allergic to sesame, and deaths due to anaphylactic shock have been reported. Detecting and quantifying sesame in various food samples is critical to safeguard the allergic population by ensuring accurate ingredient labeling. Because of the modular nature of the xMAP Food Allergen Detection Assay (FADA), it was possible through method extension to add sesame as a validated additional analyte. Because raw and toasted sesame are both commonly used an...
Acute food protein induced enterocolitis syndrome (FPIES) is a non-IgE mediated food allergy that typically presented with repetitive protracted vomiting that begins 1 to 4 hours after ingestion of the culprit food . OFC is extremely useful for determining whether FPIES has been outgrown 12 to 18 months after the last episode. According to the International Guidelines , the OFC protocol entails the administering of the challenge food at a dose of 0.06 to 0.6 grams per kilogram of body weight in 3 equa...
Food-protein induced enterocolitis syndrome (FPIES) is a non-IgE-mediated gastrointestinal food allergy. There is little known about demographics, food triggers and risk factors for FPIES.
Immunoglobulin E (IgE)-mediated food allergy affects up to 8% of the pediatric population and occurs when a person develops antibodies to specific food proteins resulting in immediate reaction upon ingestion of the food in question. Current treatment revolves around strict allergen avoidance and prompt treatment of systemic, anaphylactic reactions with injectable epinephrine. However, despite strict avoidance, unexpected reactions are a significant problem. Therefore, therapeutic options for treatment of fo...
Cor a 9 and Cor a 14 are effective markers for predicting hazelnut allergy. However, there have been no reports on the component-resolved diagnostics (CRD) of hazelnut allergy using an oral food challenge (OFC) for diagnosis in Asia. We hypothesized that CRD would improve the accuracy of diagnosing hazelnut allergies in Japanese children.
Successful prevention of food allergy requires the identification of the factors adversely affecting the capacity to develop oral tolerance to food antigen in early life.
Rates of food allergy have increased markedly in Australia and other high income countries in recent years. Based on ecological observations, and the known immunological characteristics of whole cell pertussis (wP) compared to acellular pertussis (aP) vaccines, we hypothesised that wP vaccination in infancy protects against the development of food allergy.
Within the broad category of adverse drug reactions in children, there has been a recent focus specifically on the evaluation of children with antibiotic allergy, in particular, beta-lactam allergy. The potential consequences of being labeled beta-lactam allergy are increasingly recognized. Appropriate evaluation of children with suspected reactions to antibiotics is essential as it is increasingly being recognized that the label of "penicillin allergy" is associated with adverse health and economic outcome...