ACAAIAmerican College of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology
ACAAIAir Cargo Agents Association of India (Mumbai, Maharashtra, India)
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People who work with medical supplies, such as nurses and lab technicians, are particularly at risk for latex sensitivity because of their constant exposure to the rubber, the ACAAI said.
In a recent poll of its members, the ACAAI asked physicians what they would do if coverage were discontinued for nonsedating antihistamines.
Additional data also presented at the ACAAI meeting reinforce the long-term ocular safety profile of QNASL([R]) and the functionality and reliability of the device.
We look forward to making this an annual event at future ACAAI meetings.
If you have food allergies, having an allergic reaction immediately after kissing someone who has eaten the food or taken oral medication that you are allergic to isn't highly unusual," said allergist Sami Bahna, MD, ACAAI past president.
At present, an unnecessarily wide variety of immunotherapy doses, schedules, and procedures is being employed, according to a document summary presented at the annual meeting of the ACAAI.
MacGinnitie stated, "The data presented at ACAAI demonstrate that ecallantide remains effective for acute HAE attacks across multiple treatment episodes while drug related adverse events did not appear to increase upon repeat dosing.
Although it's rare, allergies to alcohol can cause symptoms such as red, itchy eyes, nasal congestion, upset stomach and difficulty breathing," said allergist Sami Bahna, MD, ACAAI past president, and chief of Allergy and Immunology at Louisiana State University Medical School in Shreveport.
Allergists see a wide range of adult asthma patients -- some of whom suffer from asthma that can not be controlled with available therapeutic regimens," said allergist James Sublett, MD, ACAAI president.
This is a much bigger problem than people realize," said Stanley Fineman, MD, ACAAI president-elect.