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Identifying and managing patients at risk of severe allergic reactions to food: Report from two iFAAM workshops

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Roberts, G, Allen, K, Ballmer-Weber, B, Clark, A, Crevel, R, Dunn Galvin, A, Fernandez-Rivas, M, Grimshaw, KEC, Hourihane, JOB, Poulsen, LK, van Ree, R, Regent, L, Remington, B, Schnadt, S, Turner, PJ & Mills, ENC 2019, 'Identifying and managing patients at risk of severe allergic reactions to food: Report from two iFAAM workshops' Clinical and experimental allergy : journal of the British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology, vol. 49, no. 12, pp. 1558-1566. https://doi.org/10.1111/cea.13516

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Roberts G, Allen K, Ballmer-Weber B, Clark A, Crevel R, Dunn Galvin A, Fernandez-Rivas M, Grimshaw KEC, Hourihane JOB, Poulsen LK, van Ree R, Regent L, Remington B, Schnadt S, Turner PJ, Mills ENC. 2019. Identifying and managing patients at risk of severe allergic reactions to food: Report from two iFAAM workshops. Clinical and experimental allergy : journal of the British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology. 49(12):1558-1566. https://doi.org/10.1111/cea.13516

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Roberts, Graham ; Allen, Katie ; Ballmer-Weber, Barbara ; Clark, Andrew ; Crevel, Rene ; Dunn Galvin, Audrey ; Fernandez-Rivas, Montserrat ; Grimshaw, Kate E C ; Hourihane, Jonathan O'B ; Poulsen, Lars K ; van Ree, Ronald ; Regent, Lynn ; Remington, Ben ; Schnadt, Sabine ; Turner, Paul J ; Mills, E N Clare. / Identifying and managing patients at risk of severe allergic reactions to food : Report from two iFAAM workshops. In: Clinical and experimental allergy : journal of the British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology. 2019 ; Vol. 49, No. 12. pp. 1558-1566.

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abstract = "Food allergy affects a small but important number of children and adults. Much of the morbidity associated with food allergy is driven by the fear of a severe reaction and fatalities continue to occur. Foods are the commonest cause of anaphylaxis. One of the aims of the European Union-funded Integrated Approaches to Food Allergen and Allergy Risk Management (iFAAM) project was to improve the identification and management of children and adults at risk of experiencing a severe reaction. A number of interconnected studies within the project have focused on quantifying the severity of allergic reactions; the impact of food matrix, immunological factors on severity of reactions; the impact of co-factors such as medications on the severity of reactions; utilizing single-dose challenges to understand threshold and severity of reactions; and community studies to understand the experience of patients suffering real-life allergic reactions to food. Associated studies have examined population thresholds and co-factors such as exercise and stress. This paper summarizes two workshops focused on the severity of allergic reactions to food. It outlines the related studies being undertaken in the project indicating how they are likely to impact on our ability to identify individuals at risk of severe reactions and improve their management.",
author = "Graham Roberts and Katie Allen and Barbara Ballmer-Weber and Andrew Clark and Rene Crevel and {Dunn Galvin}, Audrey and Montserrat Fernandez-Rivas and Grimshaw, {Kate E C} and Hourihane, {Jonathan O'B} and Poulsen, {Lars K} and {van Ree}, Ronald and Lynn Regent and Ben Remington and Sabine Schnadt and Turner, {Paul J} and Mills, {E N Clare}",
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N2 - Food allergy affects a small but important number of children and adults. Much of the morbidity associated with food allergy is driven by the fear of a severe reaction and fatalities continue to occur. Foods are the commonest cause of anaphylaxis. One of the aims of the European Union-funded Integrated Approaches to Food Allergen and Allergy Risk Management (iFAAM) project was to improve the identification and management of children and adults at risk of experiencing a severe reaction. A number of interconnected studies within the project have focused on quantifying the severity of allergic reactions; the impact of food matrix, immunological factors on severity of reactions; the impact of co-factors such as medications on the severity of reactions; utilizing single-dose challenges to understand threshold and severity of reactions; and community studies to understand the experience of patients suffering real-life allergic reactions to food. Associated studies have examined population thresholds and co-factors such as exercise and stress. This paper summarizes two workshops focused on the severity of allergic reactions to food. It outlines the related studies being undertaken in the project indicating how they are likely to impact on our ability to identify individuals at risk of severe reactions and improve their management.

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