Published Online: Monday, March 10, 2014
Leonard Bielory, MD, professor, Rutgers University and Robert Wood Johnson University Hospital in New Brunswick, New Jersey, reviews challenging cases of ocular allergy and discusses treatment options.
Pharmacists generally demonstrate proper epinephrine auto injector use to anaphylaxis patients.
While food allergies can spark fearful thoughts and concerns, they can be quite manageable with awareness and modifications.
Is there such a phenomenon as corticosteroid-induced anaphylaxis?
Researchers found that inhibiting development of T helper 2 cells may be advantageous in the control of allergic responses.