Food Allergen Immunotherapy in Preschool Children: Do We Have the Evidence?   [8-Aug-2023]

Loke P.; Vickery B.P.; Jones S.M.; Peters R.L.; Roberts G.; Koplin J.J.
Abstract Standard care for the management of food allergies previously centered on allergen avoidance and the treatment of adverse reactions after allergen exposure. An increase in the development of immunotherapy treatments for food allergy has occurred

Safety of COVID-19 vaccine challenge in patients with immediate adverse reactions to prior doses: A multi-centre cohort study.   [12-Aug-2022]

De Luca J.F.; Awad A.; Vogrin S.; Douglas A.P.; Lutjen A.; Gordon S.F.; Crawford N.W.; Barnes S. ; Trubiano J.A.

TreEAT trial: Protocol for a randomized controlled trial investigating the efficacy and safety of early introduction of tree nuts for the prevention of tree nut allergy in infants with peanut allergy.   [31-Mar-2023]

McWilliam V.L.; Koplin J.J.; Allen K.; Robinson M.; Smart J.; Loke P.; Peters R.L.; Dang T.; Lee K.J.; Dalziel K.; Tey D.; Taranto M.; Perrett K.P.
Abstract INTRODUCTION: Children with peanut allergy are at increased risk of developing tree nut allergies, which can be severe and for most lifelong. Introduction of peanut in the first year of life can reduce the risk of peanut allergy; however, prevention

Allergy to stings and bites from rare or locally important arthropods: Worldwide distribution, available diagnostics and treatment.   [6-Oct-2023]

Sturm G.J.; Boni E.; Antolin-Amerigo D.; Bilo M.; Breynaert C.; Fassio F.; Spriggs K.; Vega A.; Ricciardi L.; Arzt-Gradwohl L.; Hemmer W.
Abstract Insect venom allergy is the most frequent cause of anaphylaxis in Europe and possibly worldwide. The majority of systemic allergic reactions after insect stings are caused by Hymenoptera, and among these, vespid genera induce most of the systemic

Direct oral challenge for rapid penicillin de-labelling in acute admitted general medical patients.   [27-Nov-2018]

Barnes S. ; Kyi L.; Heke E.; McPhee S.; Ojaimi S. 
Keywords penicillin allergy
Abstract Background: Allergy to penicillin is commonly reported in the community. However, the majority of patients are not allergic when formally tested. In low risk patients, rapid allergy testing has been performed with skin prick/intradermal or direct

Thunderstorm asthma in seasonal allergic rhinitis: The TAISAR study.   [30-May-2022]

Douglass J.A.; Lodge C.; Chan S.; Doherty A.; Tan J.A.; Jin C.; Stewart A. ; Southcott A.M.; Gillman A.; Lee J. ; Csutoros D.; Hannan L.; Ruane L.; Barnes S. ; Irving L.; Harun N.-S.; Lachapelle P.; Spriggs K.; Sutherland M.; See K.; McDonald C.F.; Conron M.; Radhakrishna N.; Worsnop C.; Johnston F.H.; Davies J.M.; Bryant V.; Iles L.; Ranson D.; Spanos P.; Vicendese D.; Lowe A.; Newbigin E.J.; Bardin P. ; Dharmage S.
Keywords allergy
Abstract months prior to targeted education, 17 patients fulfilled the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA) clinical diagnostic criteria for anaphylaxis. 8 patients (47%) were given an alternative, less serious, diagnosis. Only 4
Title Clinical & Experimental Allergy
Title Expert Review of Clinical Immunology
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