AllergyTalk Episode 33: Are We Testing for Hymenoptera Backwards?
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1w ago
Welcome to Season Two of Allergytalk! In this season, we are going to introduce you to each of the Allergy Watch assistant editors who work so hard on scouring the literature in allergy and immunology and bring you the most interesting articles in every issue! Today we joined by Dr. Vivan Hernandez-Trujillo, MD from Nicklaus Children’s Hospital in Miami, Florida where we review the July-Aug 2022 issue Allergy Watch, a bimonthly publication which provides research summaries to College members from the major journals in allergy and immunology.  You can also earn CME credit by listening to t ..read more
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Episode 27: How Important Is Family History in Infant Peanut Allergy?
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1w ago
Originally recorded 11/24/21 For today’s episode we will be reviewing three articles from the July-Aug 2021 issue of Allergy Watch, a bimonthly publication which provides research summaries to College members from the major journals in allergy and immunology. Is Alpha-Gal Really a Problem in Patients with Food Allergy? Diagnostic testing for galactose-alpha-1,3-galactose, United States, 2010 to 2018. Family history alone isn’t a Risk Factor for Peanut Allergy Age and eczema severity, but not family history, are major risk factors for peanut allergy in infancy. Peripheral eosinophil counts: a m ..read more
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Omalizumab for Food Allergy Part 2: Implementation Into Practice
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3M ago
Welcome to a special 2 part episode of Allergytalk! On February 16, 2024, the FDA announced the approval of the first biologic medication to treat patients with food allergy, omalizumab! In second part of a 2 part series, we will discuss important considerations in implementing omalizumab for food allergy in your practice. Speakers: Dr. Sharon Chinthrajah, MD, an associate professor at Stanford University and the Director of the Sean N Parker Center for Allergy and Asthma Research. She is a co-chair of the OUtMATCH study. Dr. Brian Vickery, MD, the Marcus Professor of Pediatric Immunology and ..read more
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Omalizumab for Food Allergy Part 1 : Reviewing the Evidence
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3M ago
Welcome to a special 2 part episode of Allergytalk! On February 16, 2024, the FDA announced the approval of the first biologic medication to treat patients with food allergy, omalizumab! In first part of a 2 part series, we will review the evidence behind the Omalizumab as Monotherapy and as Adjunct Therapy to Multi-Allergen OIT in Food Allergic Children and Adults (OUtMATCH) study that led to this FDA indication. In Part II, we will discuss important considerations in implementing omalizumab for food allergy in your practice. Speakers: Dr. Robert Wood, MD, the Julie and Neil Reinhard Professo ..read more
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Episode 29: A New Asthma Biologic, Biomarkers for AERD, mHealth for Asthma Nov/Dec 2021
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6M ago
For this episode we will be reviewing three articles from the Nov-Dec 2021 issue of Allergy Watch, a bimonthly publication which provides research summaries to College members from the major journals in allergy and immunology. Articles Reviewed: Tezepelumab Reduces Exacerbations – Even at Lower Eosinophil Counts   Tezepelumab in Adults and Adolescents with Severe, Uncontrolled Asthma.   Predicting Response to Aspirin Therapy in NSAID-ERD   Biomarkers for predicting response to long-term high dose aspirin therapy in aspirin-exacerbated respiratory disease.   Can Technology A ..read more
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Episode 28: Is IBS a Type of Food Allergy? Nov/Dec 2021
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6M ago
For this episode we will be reviewing three articles from the Nov-Dec 2021 issue of Allergy Watch, a bimonthly publication which provides research summaries to College members from the major journals in allergy and immunology.   Metabolic Changes During Anaphylaxis Vary by Triggers and Severity   Characterization of anaphylaxis reveals different metabolic changes depending on severity and triggers.   Is IBS Caused by Local Food Allergy in the Intestine?   Local immune response to food antigens drives meal-induced abdominal pain.   Biologics: To Stop or Not to Stop, Tha ..read more
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Episode 26: Do Airborne Peanuts Cause Allergic Reactions? July/Aug 2021
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6M ago
For today’s episode we will be reviewing articles from the July-Aug 2021 issue of Allergy Watch, a bimonthly publication which provides research summaries to College members from the major journals in allergy and immunology. Articles Reviewed: When an asthma patient doesn’t respond to biologic, what should we do? Dupilumab Improves Asthma Control and Lung Function in Patients with Insufficient Outcome During Previous Antibody Therapy. Can we reduce lung function loss in asthma? Possible Protective Effect of Omalizumab on Lung Function Decline in Patients Experiencing Asthma Exacerbations. Airb ..read more
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Episode 25: Is Cefazolin Safe in Penicillin Allergic Patients? May/June 2021
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6M ago
For today’s episode we will be reviewing articles from the May-June 2021 issue of Allergy Watch, a bimonthly publication which provides research summaries to College members from the major journals in allergy and immunology. Articles Reviewed: AZT Improves Outcomes and Lowers Costs in Uncontrolled Asthma The cost-effectiveness of azithromycin in reducing exacerbations in uncontrolled asthma. Cefazolin Should Be Used in Most Penicillin Allergic Patients Assessment of the Frequency of Dual Allergy to Penicillins and Cefazolin: A Systematic Review and Meta-analysis.   Consider IV Fluids Earl ..read more
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AllergyTalk Episode 32: How Does the Atopic March Differ in Black and White Children?
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6M ago
Welcome to Season Two of Allergytalk! In this season, we are going to introduce you to each of the Allergy Watch assistant editors who work so hard on scouring the literature in allergy and immunology and bring you the most interesting articles in every issue! Today we are again joined by Dr. Vivian Hernandez-Trujillo from Nicklaus Children’s Hospital and will be reviewing the July-Aug 2022 issue of Allergy Watch, a bimonthly publication which provides research summaries to College members from the major journals in allergy and immunology.  You can also earn CME credit by listening to thi ..read more
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AllergyTalk S2E2: The Presentation of an Inborn Error of Immunity Is Not Always Infection!
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6M ago
Welcome to Season Two of Allergytalk! In this season, we are going to introduce you to each of the Allergy Watch assistant editors who work so hard on scouring the literature in allergy and immunology and bring you the most interesting articles in every issue! Today we are again joined by Dr. Anthony Montanaro from Oregon Health & Science University and will be reviewing the Jan-Feb 2022 issue of Allergy Watch, a bimonthly publication which provides research summaries to College members from the major journals in allergy and immunology.  You can also earn CME credit by listening to th ..read more
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