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Food allergies

  1. 1. A food allergy is anexaggerated immuneresponse triggered byeggs, peanuts, milk, orsome other specificfood.
  2. 2. Shrimp(people of all ages)
  3. 3. Milk(mostly in children)
  4. 4. Egg(Mostly in children)
  5. 5. Wheat(mostly in children)
  6. 6. Fish(Older children and adults)
  7. 7. Symptoms usually begin within 2hours after eating. Rarely, thesymptoms may begin hours aftereating the food.
  8. 8. Stomachcramps
  9. 9. Nasalcongestion
  10. 10. itching
  11. 11. &
  12. 12. Low blood pressure
  13. 13. Skin test
  14. 14. Blood and skin test
  15. 15.  used to conform that have an allergic.
  16. 16.  used to conform that have an allergic. With eliminations diets avoid the suspected food until symptoms disappear.
  17. 17.  used to conform that have an allergic. With eliminations diets, avoid the suspected food until symptoms disappear. Start eating the food again to see if develop an allergic reaction.
  18. 18.  used to conform that have an allergic. With eliminations diets, avoid the suspected food until symptoms disappear. Start eating the food again to see if develop an allergic reaction. Then, eat a small amount of the suspected food under medical supervision.
  19. 19.  used to conform that have an allergic. With eliminations diets, avoid the suspected food until symptoms disappear. Start eating the food again to see if develop an allergic reaction. Then, eat a small amount of the suspected food under medical supervision. This type of test may cause severe allergic reactions.
  20. 20.  used to conform that have an allergic. With eliminations diets, avoid the suspected food until symptoms disappear. Start eating the food again to see if develop an allergic reaction. Then, eat a small amount of the suspected food under medical supervision. This type of test may cause severe allergic reactions. Challenge testing should only be done by a health care provider.
  21. 21. Check to doctor
  22. 22. medicine
  23. 23. Inject theepinephrine
  24. 24. asthma
  25. 25. REFERENCES
  26. 26. JOURNAL A.M. Branum, S.L. Lukacs.Food allergy among children in the United States.Pediatrics, 124 (2009), pp. 1549–1555 Stacie M. Jones,A. Wesley Burks. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, January 2013, Pages 3–11 Anna Nowak-Węgrzyn. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology, March 2011, Pages 558–573
  27. 27. WEB-SITES Melissa Conrad Stöppler.Food Allergy.retrived from.http://www.medicinenet.com/food_allergy/articl e.htm 8 Facts about food allergies.retrived from http://www.allergyaware.org/articles/facts_about_fo od_allergies.html
  28. 28. ARTICLE William C. Shiel Jr., MD, FACP, FACR. Food Allergy on 6/7/2011
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