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Suboptimal, inconsistent treatment for anaphylaxis due to unknown cause

New study sheds light on anaphylaxis due to an unknown trigger.
NJ Restaurant

Town Proposes Food Allergy Regulations Among the Strictest in the Nation

Looking for ways to act locally for better allergen disclosures? Follow this town's example.
Emergency Department

Study: Pediatric Admissions Slashed With Simple Changes to Hospital Anaphylaxis Procedures

Researchers were able to streamline the care of patients with anaphylaxis without any compromise in safety.
Adult and Child

Study: Food-Induced Anaphylaxis Common Among Children Under Adult Supervision

In majority of supervised reactions, adults other than the child’s parents were present.

Study: Two Thirds of Children in Need of Epinephrine Arent Receiving...

Despite overwhelming evidence that it leads to better outcomes, children are going without even when treated in the ER.

Study: Emergency Room Visits Due to Anaphylaxis Double in 4 Year...

The vast majority of anaphylaxis cases were triggered by food, principally peanuts and tree nuts.

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