Tag: American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology (ACAAI)

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Infant Anaphylaxis Generally Resolves with Single Dose of Epinephrine, Seldom Requires...

Researchers analyzed the medical records of 169 infants aged 0-24 months.
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Skin Patch Immunotherapy Determined Safe and Effective in Toddlers With Peanut...

According to research presented at this year's #ACAAI22 meeting.
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Needle-Free, Sublingual Epinephrine Film Works Faster Than Auto-Injectors According to Study

Results from a 12mg formulation were comparable to intramuscular administration.
Xolair (omalizumab)

Biologic Showing Promise as Food Allergy Treatment in Ongoing Phase 3...

Assessment for both single agent and add-on therapy.
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Positive Results from Phase 3 Study of PALFORZIA® in Peanut-Allergic Children...

73.5% of patients treated met the primary outcome at 12 months compared with 6.3% of patients in the placebo arm.
Epinephrine Auto-Injectors

Only 52% of Adults with Severe Food Allergy Have Been Prescribed...

36% of adults believe epinephrine auto-injectors cause life-threatening effects.
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Children with Food Allergy-Related Anxiety Benefit from Cognitive Behavioral Therapy

Study shows exposure-based interventions helps both food allergic children and their parents.
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Study Determines Frequency of In-Flight Allergic Events Requiring Epinephrine

Conclusion: Bring your epinephrine onboard.
Rhinitis

Why Your Seasonal Allergies, Asthma and OAS are Getting Worse and...

Pollen is the culprit and research shows pollen season is getting longer and stronger.
Alpha-Gal

Your Primary Care Physician May Have Misconceptions About Alpha-Gal Syndrome

The incidence of alpha-gal syndrome is exploding, yet your PCP may harbor misconceptions that could hinder diagnosis.