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Food Allergy

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Food Allergy – If you think someone has an IgE mediated allergen but it’s not too severe, do you tell them to avoid the allergen until the results are back do you tell them to avoid the allergen and when do you prescribe an adrenaline autoinjector?

Dr Toni Hazel
GP; e-Learning Fellow, RCGP; Author of the RCGP e-Learning module on allergy

Food Allergy – Why ever so SPT if sIgE is available? And is there anything we can do about the taste of formula milk?

Dr Toni Hazel
GP; e-Learning Fellow, RCGP; Author of the RCGP e-Learning module on allergy


Food Allergy – Can IgE reactions progress to anaphylaxis or can they get better?

Dr Toni Hazel
GP; e-Learning Fellow, RCGP; Author of the RCGP e-Learning module on allergy

Food Allergy – Why do breastfed infants whose mother who consume dairy get CMPA?

Dr Toni Hazel
GP; e-Learning Fellow, RCGP; Author of the RCGP e-Learning module on allergy

Food Allergy – How recently do you have to be exposed to an allergen for the IgE to remain positive?

Dr Toni Hazel
GP; e-Learning Fellow, RCGP; Author of the RCGP e-Learning module on allergy

Food Allergy – How do you devise an elimination diet when you’re not sure what they may be allergy to? Why are allergies getting more common?

Dr Toni Hazel
GP; e-Learning Fellow, RCGP; Author of the RCGP e-Learning module on allergy

 

Dr Lauri-Ann Van Der Poel - Introducing Peanut

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Introducing Peanut – How quick do you think the results of the LEAP and EAT study are going to be in British guidelines?

Dr Lauri-Ann Van Der Poel
Consultant Paediatric Allergist, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

Introducing Peanut – If the parents have peanut allergy and it’s an household avoiding peanut – how do they introduce peanut – would the child have even be exposed?

Dr Lauri-Ann Van Der Poel
Consultant Paediatric Allergist, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

Introducing Peanut – Is it correct that we should test the high risk child who has young-onset eczema and possible egg allergy we should test for egg and peanut allergy?

Dr Lauri-Ann Van Der Poel
Consultant Paediatric Allergist, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

Introducing Peanut – If mum and dad are allergic is the baby at higher risk of food allergy?

Dr Lauri-Ann Van Der Poel
Consultant Paediatric Allergist, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

Introducing Peanut – In the child who doesn’t have eczema but has a mild type 1 sensitivity to egg or peanut, how long would you wait to reintroduce the allergen?

Dr Lauri-Ann Van Der Poel
Consultant Paediatric Allergist, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

Introducing Peanut – In the context of allergies and other atopic conditions – how wide a net do we need to cast to get the relevant family history?

Dr Lauri-Ann Van Der Poel
Consultant Paediatric Allergist, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

Introducing Peanut – When it comes for introducing peanut early, should you be testing all babies?

Dr Lauri-Ann Van Der Poel
Consultant Paediatric Allergist, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

Introducing Peanut – Does earing peanuts during pregnancy make any difference?

Dr Lauri-Ann Van Der Poel
Consultant Paediatric Allergist, Guy’s and St Thomas’ NHS Foundation Trust

Dr Susan Leech - Anaphylaxis

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Anaphylaxis – Do you need more than one symptom to qualify for having anaphylaxis?

Dr Susan Leech
Consultant Paediatric Allergist and Clinical Lead for the Paediatric Allergy Service, King’s College Hospital NHS Trust

Anaphylaxis – Unless it’s been observed how can you tell it was an anaphylaxis?

Dr Susan Leech
Consultant Paediatric Allergist and Clinical Lead for the Paediatric Allergy Service, King’s College Hospital NHS Trust

Anaphylaxis – How often do we see patients having severe reactions to SPT? How should bee and wasp venom allergy be managed?

Dr Susan Leech
Consultant Paediatric Allergist and Clinical Lead for the Paediatric Allergy Service, King’s College Hospital NHS Trust

Anaphylaxis – How should a patient with an adrenaline autoinjector on a repeat prescription and a beta-blocker prescription be managed?

Dr Susan Leech
Consultant Paediatric Allergist and Clinical Lead for the Paediatric Allergy Service, King’s College Hospital NHS Trust