Identifying patients at risk of life-threatening allergic reactions to food
from The Clinical Advisor
A report published in Allergy identified the knowledge gaps that should be addressed to appropriately identify patients who have the highest risk of severe food-induced allergic reactions. Severe allergic reactions can be very similar to mild or moderate reactions at onset, and many individuals who experience life-threatening reactions may not initially realize the potential severity of the reaction. Therefore, researchers reviewed the evidence and examined the factors that could be used to identify patients with the highest risk of allergic reactions.
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