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Patient Allergy management
Experience symptoms of cough, shortness of breath, wheeze (a whistling, squeaky sound when you breathe), chest tightness, or fast breathing.
A food allergy reaction occurs when your immune system overreacts to a food or a substance in a portion of food resulting in allergic symptoms.
Contact dermatitis is an inflammation of the skin or a rash that ussualy occurs due to either an irritation or allergy but both may co-exist in a person.
Hay fever is an immune response to substances in the environment resulting in sneezing, itchy nose, runny or blocked nose.
Hives & Swelling
They are itchy, red, raised rash appearing anywhere on the body disappears without a scar. Swelling occurs in the deeper layers of the skin.
Eczema is a common skill condition, a chronic inflammatory, relapsing, non-contagious, and extremely itchy rash.
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Approximately 85% of patients who describe themselves as being allergic to penicillin will have negative skin tests and can safely receive penicillin. Penicillin allergy testing benefits patients and treating doctors. The benefits include fighting resistant bacteria and offering less expensive treatments for patients. Many patients thought to be allergic to penicillin are treated with very potent antibiotics which are often quite expensive. Continued use of these antibiotics may lead to increased drug-resistant bacteria, limited availability of alternative treatment for more severe infections, and greater side effect profiles.
An oral food challenge is recommended for diagnoses of a food allergy if there is further clarity needed or when a medical history and tests indicate that the patient may no longer be allergic to a certain food.
The skin prick test introduces a tiny amount of allergen into the skin, eliciting a small, localised allergic response, in the form of a wheel (bump) and flare (redness) at the site of testing. These tests can be carried out on all age groups, including babies. SPT is usually carried out on the inner forearm, but in some circumstances may be carried out on another part of the body, such as the back.