in Pediatric Food Allergies
Expert Perspectives in Pediatric Food Allergies to Cover Key Topics in Pediatric Food Allergy Treatment
Expert Perspectives delivers health care providers with insights from key thought leaders on the latest advancements and current practices in medicine, in a concise and timely format. This issue of Expert Perspectives in Pediatric Food Allergies will feature selected topics in Pediatric Food Allergies that we hope you will find of value in your clinical practice.
The clinicians who were surveyed selected the following experts and topics.
Professor of Pediatrics
Section Head, Allergy and Immunology
Julie and Neil Reinhard Professor of Pediatric Allergy and Immunology
• To Outgrow or Treat? Egg, Milk, and Peanut Allergies
• Oral Immunotherapy: Effectiveness, Tolerability, and Treatment Goals
• Pediatric Food Allergy: Patient and Family Education
• Reducing the Risks of Accidental Food Allergen Exposure
Clinical Topic Updates
• Future Diagnostic Tools for Food Allergy
• Food-Induced Anaphylaxis: Variability of Early Symptoms
• Early Nutritional Intervention and Guidance on Food Allergy Prevention
• Challenging Presentations of Pediatric Food Allergy
Patient Care Perspectives
• Oral Immunotherapy Goals and Expectations
• Parental Anxiety Around Allergy: Pearls for Clinical Practice
• Appropriate Ages for Oral Immunotherapy: Do They Vary by Food?
• Confirming the Culprit Antigen: When It Is Not a Straight Shot