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The Psychosocial and Economic Impact of Food Allergies
Mar 09, 2017
| Amy Jacob
Amy Scurlock, MD, Arkansas Children's Hospital, reiterated that there is more at stake beyond the medical management of food allergies.
Epinephrine Administration: Is There an Unexpected Side Effect?
Mar 05, 2017
| Amy Jacob
Jay Jin, MD, PhD, Mayo Clinic, shared the results from his team's case series surrounding unexpected bradycardia effect from epinephrine administration.
Child with Ibuprofen Hypersensitivity Experiences Acetaminophen Anaphylaxis
Mar 04, 2017
| Caitlyn Fitzpatrick
How safe are anti-inflammatory medications for children?
Cheap EpiPen Alternative Debuts at CVS
Jan 12, 2017
Drug store CVS now carries cheaper option to EpiPen.
Kids with Food-Triggered Eczema at Higher Odds of Developing Food Allergies
May 31, 2016
Children that develop atopic dermatitis – or eczema – from foods are more susceptible to harsh allergic reactions from hives to life-threatening anaphylaxis.
Device Maker Comments on Auto Injector Needles for Toddlers
Mar 10, 2016
Epinephrine auto-injectors can save lives in cases of anaphylaxis, but their needles are too long for toddlers and infants who weigh less than 15 kg, a device manufacturer confirms. The injectors can strike bone in small children.
Needles Are Dangerously Long in Kids' Auto-Injectors, Study Finds
Mar 07, 2016
Needles are so long they could strike bone in almost half of all pediatric auto-injectors, Canadian researchers report.
Neuropathic Pain Treated with Antidepressants
Nov 18, 2015
Neuropathic pain may be reduced when patients take antidepressants that alter a brain pathway, according to a recent study.
Support Groups and an Anaphylaxis Management Plan Improve Adherence in Kids with Food Allergies
Oct 28, 2015
Research suggests support groups help teenagers with diagnosed allergies adhere consistently to guidelines that protect them against anaphylaxis and other reactions.
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