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Omalizumab in recurring larynx angioedema: a case report

Ozturk AB, Kocaturk E

Angioedema with swelling of larynx is a serious allergic reaction and can be life-threatening. It can occur after exposure to various triggers and usually it is very difficult for the...
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Successful prevention of recurrent anaphylactic events with anti-immunoglobulin E therapy

Lee J

Anaphylaxis is a fatal and systemic allergic reaction, which can be prevented by avoiding exposure to a causative agent. However, the causative agent cannot be identified in all cases and...
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Radiocontrast media hypersensitivity in the Asia Pacific region

Lee SY, Lim KW, Chang YS

Radiocontrast media (RCM) is a major cause of drug hypersensitivity reactions as the medical application of RCM is increasing recently. RCM induced hypersensitivity reactions are considered as unpredictable type B...
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Efficacy of the Precise Climate Controller on the reduction of indoor microorganisms

Moungthong G, Klamkam P, Mahakit P, Chalermwatanachai T, Thunyaharn S, Monyakul V

BACKGROUND: Nowadays, there are many methods to reduce microorganisms in the air, such as dehumidifier, air purifier or humidity and temperature controller. The Precise Climate Controller is an instrument for...
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Penicillin allergy evaluation: experience from a drug allergy clinic in an Arabian Gulf Country, Kuwait

Al-Ahmad M, Rodriguez Bouza T, Arifhodzic N

BACKGROUND: Hypersensitivity to penicillin has been studied worldwide, but data regarding patterns of sensitization in Arabian Gulf countries are scarce. OBJECTIVE: To describe the patterns of penicillin hypersensitivity during a 6-year...
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Association of insulin resistance with bronchial hyperreactivity

Kim KM, Kim SS, Lee SH, Song WJ, Chang YS, Min KU, Cho SH

BACKGROUND: Several epidemiologic studies showed the significant association of insulin resistance with asthma. OBJECTIVE: The aim of this study was to evaluate the association of insulin resistance with airway hyperresponsiveness (AHR)...
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Association of airborne Aspergillus with asthma exacerbation in Southern Pakistan

Zubairi AB, Azam I, Awan S, Zafar A, Imam AA

BACKGROUND: Exposure to airborne fungi has been related with exacerbation of asthma in adults and children leading to increased outpatient, emergency room visits, and hospitalizations. Hypersensitivity to these airborne fungi...
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Pholcodine consumption and immunoglobulin E-sensitization in atopics from Australia, Korea, and Japan

Katelaris , Kurosawa M, Moon HB, Borres M, Florvaag E, Johansson

BACKGROUND: Accumulating data indicates that pholcodine (PHO)-consuming countries have higher sero-prevalences of immunoglobulin E (IgE)-antibodies to PHO and suxamethonium (SUX) and increased frequencies of IgE-mediated anaphylaxis to neuromuscular blocking agents...
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Epidemiology of adult asthma in Asia: toward a better understanding

Song WJ, Kang MG, Chang YS, Cho SH

Asia is the world's most dynamic area. Asthma is a major chronic disease in Asia, like other continents. However, unlike childhood asthma, the epidemiological burden of asthma in Asian adults...
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Rare diseases and expensive drugs

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