Tag: anaphylaxis

COVID-19 Vials

Gradual Doses Used to Vaccinate People Allergic to Their First Dose...

Graded dosing protocol may help patients with first dose reactions tolerate second dose of vaccine.
Chantel Giacalone

Woman Who Suffered Brain Damage Awarded $29.5 Million for Alleged Mishandling...

Ms Giacalone, who is severely disabled as a result of her injury, will likely require round-the-clock care for the rest of her life.
Antihistamines

How to Use Antihistamines

Advice from the Canadian Medical Association Journal.
COVID Vaccine Being Drawn

Michigan Medicine Helps Lead First National Study on How Highly Allergic...

First volunteer expected to receive an injection April 7 in Ann Arbor with results anticipated this summer.
Chantel Rose Giacalone

Lawsuit Begins Alleging Woman’s Severe Brain Injury Caused by EMT’s Failure...

One of the first in-person jury trials to take place after the COVID-19 shutdown began earlier this week at the Las Vegas Convention Center...
Oral Food Challenge

FARE Launches Global Research Competition to Develop a Safe, Compassionate Diagnostic...

$3 Million in prize money will inspire the world's leading food allergy researchers to put an end to the oral food challenge.
Dr Paula Gonzalez Figueroa

Researchers Find a Natural Protein That Halts Allergies, Anaphylaxis and Autoimmune...

Experts from The Australian National University have unearthed a natural way the body prevents autoimmune disease and allergies.
Applying Sunscreen on Child

Chemical in Sunscreens and Beauty Products Degrades into Carcinogen Known to...

Almost 3,000 commercial products sold in the US contained octocrylene in 2019.
Half of Prescriptions Filled

Just Half of Epinephrine Auto-Injector Prescriptions are Filled After Pediatric Emergency...

Startling results of a retrospective study of patients discharged from a pediatric emergency department after suffering anaphylaxis.
Mast Cells

Company Licenses Experimental Cancer Treatment to Treat Anaphylaxis

Hoth Therapeutics intends to address cancer and mast cell-mediated anaphylaxis with a single drug.