Food Allergy Update – PediaCast CME 072
- Dr Dave Stukus visits the studio as we provide an update on food allergies. Discover best practices for diagnosing, treating and preventing this common problem. We cover food challenges, oral immunotherapy, peanut introduction for babies… and more!
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- Listen to the podcast.
- Complete the post test at Nationwide Children’s CloudCME.
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- Food Allergies – Diagnosis, Treatment, Prevention
- Oral Immunotherapy
- Peanut Introduction for Babies
At the end of this activity, participants should be able to:
- Compare and contrast IgE-mediated and non-IgE-mediated food allergies, including the pathophysiology and symptoms of each.
- Develop a diagnostic plan for the patient presenting with suspected food allergies.
- Explain the role of oral immunotherapy in food allergy treatment.
- Provide anticipatory guidance on the introduction of peanut products to infants and toddlers.
- Food Allergy Treatment Center at Nationwide Children’s
- Early Peanut Intervention Clinic at Nationwide Children’s
- Allergy and Immunology at Nationwide Children’s
- Food Allergies (for parents) – PediaCast 259
- Conversations from the World of Allergy
Educational Articles for Parents
- Food Allergy: Oral Food Challenge
- Anxiety and Food Allergies
- Food Allergies On The Rise
- Allergies to Foods
- Food Allergy vs. Intolerance: Knowing the Difference
- Diagnosing Food Allergies with Component Testing
- Food Allergies: How to Safely Navigate Outings
- Back to School with Food Allergies
- Concerns of a Food Allergy Mom
- Baby Wipes, Antacids and Antibiotics: Do They Cause Food Allergies?
- What Can Peter Rabbit Teach Us About Food Allergies?
- A Cure for Food Allergies? Not Just Yet.
- 6 Tips for Trick-or-Treating with Food Allergies
- Food Allergies: Have We Finally Found a Way to Treat Them?
- The Importance of Reading Labels for Food Allergen Avoidance
- Peanut Allergy: Myths vs. Facts
- Are Allergies Caused by C-Sections?
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- Nationwide Children’s has not received any commercial support for this activity.
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