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Biphasic anaphylaxis to gemifloxacin

Yilmaz I, Doğan S, Tutar N, Kanbay A, Büyükoğlan H, Demir R

Anaphylaxis have been documented as adverse effects of ciprofloxacin, ofloxacin, norfloxacin, levofloxacin, and moxifloxacin. However resistant and biphasic anaphlylactic reactions to gemifloxacin have not been reported to date. Management of...
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The Finnish Allergy Programme 2008-2018 - scientific rationale and practical implementation

Haahtela T, Valovirta , Kauppi P, Tommila E, Saarinen K, von Hertzen L, Mäkelä M, The Finnish Allergy Programme Group

There are no nationwide, comprehensive public health programmes on allergic disorders with set goals and systematic follow-up. The Finnish initiative is based on the idea that the so called allergy...
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Effect of bathing on atopic dermatitis during the summer season

Kim H, Ban J, Park MR, Kim DS, Kim HY, Han Y, Ahn K, Kim J

BACKGROUND: There are little objective data regarding the optimal practice methods of bathing, although bathing and the use of moisturizers are the most important facets to atopic dermatitis (AD) management. OBJECTIVE:...
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Contribution of serum IL-4 and IgE to the early prediction of horse serum allergies in guinea pigs

Xiao GN, Sun QP

BACKGROUND: Horse serum (HS) was a strong allergen for xenogeneic animals. However, the methods of test for allergen didn't authorized in Pharmacopeia of the United States, European Pharmacopeia, Japanese Pharmacopeia...
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Interferon-alpha inhibits airway eosinophila and hyperresponsiveness in an animal asthma model

Kikkawa Y, Sugiyama K, Obara K, Hirata H, Fukushima , Toda M, Fukuda T

BACKGROUND: Asthma is characterized by a chronic inflammatory process involving high numbers of inflammatory cells and mediators which have multiple inflammatory effects on the airway. Interferon (IFN)-alpha, which is used...
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Differences in airway inflammation according to atopic status in patients with chronic rhinitis

Kwon JW, Kim TW, Kim KM, Jung JW, Cho SH, Min KU, Kim YY, Park HW

BACKGROUND: Chronic rhinitis is a heterogeneous group of diseases that cause nasal inflammation. And the nose may be a window into the lung in the concept of "one airway one...
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Immediate hypersensitivity reactions to IV non-ionic iodinated contrast in computed tomography

Ho J, Kingston R, Young N, Katelaris , Sindhusake D

BACKGROUND: With use of computed tomography (CT), intravenous contrast media is used routinely to help define anatomy and identify any pathology. Non-ionic iodinated contrast agents have largely replaced ionic agents...
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Eosinophilic esophagitis: which role for food and inhalant allergens?

Ridolo E, Montagni M, Olivieri E, Rogkakou A, de' Angelis GL, Canonica G

Eosinophilic esophagitis is a chronic inflammatory disease of the esophagus, immune/antigens mediated, whose incidence is increasing both in adults and pediatric population. It is clinically characterised by symptoms related to...
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Management of allergic rhinitis in general practitioners

Wang DY

For patients suffering from allergic rhinitis (AR), general practitioners (GPs) are often their first source of medical advice. It is one of the top-ten reasons for a visit to the...
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Implementation of guidelines, allergy programs, and the October issue

Chang YS

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