A real-world evaluation of the effectiveness and Sufficiency of Current Emergency Department Preventative Strategies for Reducing Emergency Department revisits in a Canadian children’s hospital: a retrospective cohort study
BioMed Central » Allergy, Asthma & Clinical Immunology
by Tahereh Haji, Lynnette Lyzwinski, Cara Dhaliwal, Garvin Leung, Sandra Giangioppo and Dhenuka Radhakrishnan
2w ago
Despite asthma guidelines’ recommended emergency department preventative strategies (EDPS), repeat asthma-related emergency department (ED) visits remain frequent ..read more
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Therapeutic potential of the topical recombinant human interleukin-1 receptor antagonist in guinea pigs with allergic rhinitis
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by Haibing Li, Chanjuan Di, Yanbing Xie, Yuexia Bai and Yongxue Liu
1M ago
Recombinant human Interleukin receptor antagonist (rhIL-Ra) can bind to the IL-1 receptor on the cell membrane and reversibly blocks the proinflammatory signaling pathway. However, its effect on allergic rhini ..read more
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Anaphylaxis in a Swiss university emergency department: clinical characteristics and supposed triggers
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by Simone Ehrhard, Vicky Eyb, Dominic Gautschi, Stefan K. Schauber, Meret E. Ricklin, Jolanta Klukowska-Rötzler, Aristomenis K. Exadaktylos and Arthur Helbling
1M ago
Anaphylaxis is the most severe form of acute systemic and potentially life-threatening reactions triggered by mast and basophilic cells. Recent studies show a worldwide incidence between 50 and 112 occurrences ..read more
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Comparison of cytokine expression and disease severity between plasma cell-dominant and eosinophil-dominant patients in chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps
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by Yu-Tsai Lin, Ming-Hsien Tsai, Yan-Ye Su and Shun-Chen Huang
1M ago
Chronic rhinosinusitis with nasal polyps (CRSwNP) is a heterogeneous disease characterized by inflammation of the nasal and sinus mucosa. The inflammatory patterns may differ among patients, leading to differe ..read more
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Sublingual immunotherapy for allergy to shrimp: the nine-year clinical experience of a Midwest Allergy-Immunology practice
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by Lydia M. Theodoropoulou and Niamh A. Cullen
2M ago
Diet restrictions and fear of adverse reactions put a significant burden on the nutrition, growth and life style of children and adults with food allergies. While various disease-modifying options are pursued ..read more
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Genetic links between atopy, allergy, and alopecia areata: insights from a Mendelian randomization study
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by Wen Xu, Hongyan Zhang, Sheng Wan, Bo Xie and Xiuzu Song
2M ago
Alopecia areata (AA), a prevalent form of autoimmune hair loss, has a not well-defined relationship with atopic and allergic disorders, including eczema, hay fever, and asthma ..read more
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A survey of severe asthma in Canada: results from the CASCADE practice reflective program
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by Krystelle Godbout, Harold Kim, Irvin Mayers, James Paterson and Charles K. N. Chan
3M ago
Since the last guidance was published by the Canadian Thoracic Society, there have been several advances in the clinical management of severe asthma. To gain a better understanding of the current standards of ..read more
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Effectiveness of immunoglobulin replacement therapy in preventing infections in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease: a systematic review
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by Justin J. Y. Kim, Liz Dennett, Maria B. Ospina, Anne Hicks, Harissios Vliagoftis and Adil Adatia
3M ago
Immunoglobulin replacement therapy is a standard treatment for patients with antibody production deficiencies, which is of interest in patients with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD). This systemati ..read more
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A case of pediatric serum sickness like reaction (SSLR) after a 2-month re-exposure to amoxicillin
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by Devyani Bakshi, Xinxin Tang and Susan Waserman
3M ago
Serum-sickness like reactions (SSLRs) to amoxicillin have been documented in the medical literature. Beta-lactams are important and commonly used medications especially in the pediatric population. Often, SSLR ..read more
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Hereditary or acquired? Comprehensive genetic testing assists in stratifying angioedema patients
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by Marija Rozevska, Adine Kanepa, Signe Purina, Linda Gailite, Inga Nartisa, Henriette Farkas, Dmitrijs Rots and Natalja Kurjane
3M ago
Hereditary angioedema (HAE) poses diagnostic challenges due to its episodic, non-specific symptoms and overlapping conditions. This study focuses on the genetic basis of HAE, particularly focusing on unresolve ..read more
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