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  • Contains 11 Component(s)

    Food allergy can result in considerable morbidity, impact negatively on quality of life, and prove costly in terms of medical care. It is mostly IgE-mediated and a chronic disease affecting up to 4% of the European population.

    Food allergy can result in considerable morbidity, impact negatively on quality of life, and prove costly in terms of medical care. It is mostly IgE-mediated and a chronic disease affecting up to 4% of the European population.

    This eLearning product delves into the epidemiology and economics; the needs, perspectives and best practices for food allergic patients; allergens and their detection; the role of the skin barrier and skin manifestations of food allergy; latest updates in diagnosis and management; and the immune processes in the disease.

    Get eLearning! Gain a deeper knowledge of food allergy and anaphylaxis by completing one or more of EAACI’s courses on this topic.

    To learn about important aspects for helping patients understand food allergy diagnosis and management, including:

    - To help set the patient perspective regarding diagnosis through consideration of the needs of patients and anticipated issues, with a clinical focus on how to approach and support the adolescent patient.

    - To learn how to develop a food challenge protocol for different age groups and for different type of food challenges

    - To learn about nutritional components with immunomodulatory effects and their impact on threshold levels in oral food challenge tests and on disease severity in adult eosinophilic esophagitis patients

    Jennifer Gerdts

    The patients viewpoint on getting a good diagnosis

    Graham Roberts

    Supporting adolescents at risk of anaphylaxis

    Daisy Luiten

    Dietary composition in peanut allergic children is related to threshold levels in oral food challenge tests

    Sanne Wielders

    Dietary composition in adult eosinophilic esophagitis patients is related to disease severity

    Carina Venter

    Oral food challenges – the dieticians perspective

  • Contains 9 Component(s)

    Food allergy can result in considerable morbidity, impact negatively on quality of life, and prove costly in terms of medical care. It is mostly IgE-mediated and a chronic disease affecting up to 4% of the European population.

    Food allergy can result in considerable morbidity, impact negatively on quality of life, and prove costly in terms of medical care. It is mostly IgE-mediated and a chronic disease affecting up to 4% of the European population.

    This eLearning product delves into the epidemiology and economics; the needs, perspectives and best practices for food allergic patients; allergens and their detection; the role of the skin barrier and skin manifestations of food allergy; latest updates in diagnosis and management; and the immune processes in the disease.

    Get eLearning! Gain a deeper knowledge of food allergy and anaphylaxis by completing one or more of EAACI’s courses on this topic.

    To learn about basic immunological mechanisms (T-cell mediated and B-cell mediated) contributing to food allergy processes, such as allergic tolerance and persistent allergy. A general overview of the impact of the microbiota on the immune system and, particularly, on food allergy is also given.

    Rodrigo Jimenez-Saiz

    Microbes and immunity in the development of food allergy

    Adora Lin

    Altered B cell responses to IL-10 and decreased peripheral regulatory B cells in food-allergic children

    Stephanie Eisenbarth

    Allergen-specific T cells in IgE-mediated food allergy

  • Contains 9 Component(s)

    Food allergy can result in considerable morbidity, impact negatively on quality of life, and prove costly in terms of medical care. It is mostly IgE-mediated and a chronic disease affecting up to 4% of the European population.

    Food allergy can result in considerable morbidity, impact negatively on quality of life, and prove costly in terms of medical care. It is mostly IgE-mediated and a chronic disease affecting up to 4% of the European population.

    This eLearning product delves into the epidemiology and economics; the needs, perspectives and best practices for food allergic patients; allergens and their detection; the role of the skin barrier and skin manifestations of food allergy; latest updates in diagnosis and management; and the immune processes in the disease.

    Get eLearning! Gain a deeper knowledge of food allergy and anaphylaxis by completing one or more of EAACI’s courses on this topic.

    To learn about latest updates in the diagnosis and management of food allergy. In particular, the module spans:

    - Interpretation of food allergen bioanalytical laboratory results: note of caution, what to expect and guidance.

    - The nasal exposure test as a diagnostic tool to replace oral food challenges.

    - A study on the distinction between peanut allergy and tolerance via in vitro characterization of human antibodies.

    - The main characteristics, features and management of the non-IgE-mediated food allergies.

    Michael Walker

    The pitfalls of food testing and electronic allergen information provision

    Sònia Gelis

    The usefulness of Nasal Allergen Challenge in the diagnosis of shrimp allergy

    Anna Ehlers

    Heavy chain complementarity-determining region 3 of peanut 2S albumin specific antibodies: Distinction between peanut allergy and tolerance

    Simona Barni

    Clinical aspects of non-IgE mediated food allergy

  • Contains 5 Component(s)

    Food allergy can result in considerable morbidity, impact negatively on quality of life, and prove costly in terms of medical care. It is mostly IgE-mediated and a chronic disease affecting up to 4% of the European population.

    Food allergy can result in considerable morbidity, impact negatively on quality of life, and prove costly in terms of medical care. It is mostly IgE-mediated and a chronic disease affecting up to 4% of the European population.

    This eLearning product delves into the epidemiology and economics; the needs, perspectives and best practices for food allergic patients; allergens and their detection; the role of the skin barrier and skin manifestations of food allergy; latest updates in diagnosis and management; and the immune processes in the disease.

    Get eLearning! Gain a deeper knowledge of food allergy and anaphylaxis by completing one or more of EAACI’s courses on this topic.

    To learn how to diagnose and manage allergy to specific allergens, with a focus on the applications of BAT in insect venom allergy and on basic and clinical features of nsLTP allergens.

    Bernadette Eberlein

    Relevance of insect venom allergens

    Isabel Skypala

    LTP allergens – from molecules to clinical reactivity