2015 American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology Annual Scientific Meeting

2015 American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology Annual Scientific Meeting | ACAAI 2015

This year's meeting will feature practical tips, pearls, and advice for novice and experienced allergists alike. Attendees will be presented with an in-depth scientific program that covers the hottest topics in the field, including biologic treatments for severe asthma, novel therapeutics for rhinosinusitis, food and drug allergies, and more.

Conference Coverages

Q&A With Bryan Martin From The Ohio State University: ACAAI Aims To Move Field Into The Future
Q&A With Bryan Martin From The Ohio State University: ACAAI Aims To Move Field Into The Future VIDEO
The world of medicine is changing and because of that organizations need to change as well. The American College of Allergy, Asthma, & Immunology is no exception to that trend.
Q&A with Bryan Martin from The Ohio State University: Overcoming Challenges in Allergy and Immunology and Beyond VIDEO
It is a changing landscape for everyone in the healthcare field and those who work in allergy and immunology are no exception. How they react to these changes can determine how successful their practices are going forward.
Tiotropium Inhaler Add-On Improves Lung Function in Young Asthmatic Patients
Even with the combination of inhaled corticosteroids (ICS) and long-acting beta agonists (LABAs), about 46% of young patients still suffer from poorly controlled asthma. A new analysis found that an add-on inhaler may be just what patients need to reach improved lung function.
Q&A With Chitra Dinakar, MD, From Children's Mercy Hospital: Diagnosing And Treating Food Allergies Now And In The Future VIDEO
Peanut allergies are a common concern in the public, especially in regards to children. While the number of children and adults with this allergy continues to grow the work to help keep them and the people around them safe also has increased in recent years.
Adherence to Omalizumab Does Not Correlate with Better Response for Asthma
While clinicians should always encourage their patients to follow their medication schedules, it proved not to be a significant factor in the outcomes in patients with asthma taking omalizumab, according to a poster session at the 2015 American College of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology Annual Scientific Meeting (ACAAI 2015) in San Antonio, Texas.
Reslizumab Positively Impacts the Quality of Life in Severe Asthma
Imagine if a study was showing such a mass amount of evidence supporting the safety of an investigational prescription for severe asthma that it had to be stopped early. It may be the best kind of problem to have.
Q&A With John Kelso From Scripps Clinic: Looking At Vaccinations Beyond Cold & Flu Season VIDEO
When most people think of vaccines their first thought is often the flu shot. For many patients, especially older patients there are other conditions to consider as well.
Q&A With John Kelso From Scripps Clinic: Updating Guidelines For And Learning Valuable Lessons From Flu Vaccines VIDEO
While many people get their flu vaccine on a yearly basis there are some who are still hesitant while others simply refuse. New modes of delivery and new guidelines aim to help answer some lingering questions patients may have.
Q&A With Bradley Chipps From Capital Allergy & Respiratory Disease Center: New Treatments Aim to Better Manage Asthma Symptoms VIDEO
Despite being a well known condition with many treatment options on the market many patients with asthma still struggle to manage their symptoms on a daily basis. New approaches to treatment are working to address these issues and more.

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