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Case Studies

Both primary care and specialist physicians play a significant role in delivering optimal management for patients with allergic disease. To shed light on best practices in management of allergic diseases such as allergic rhinitis, anaphylaxis and food allergy; eight unique case studies have been developed with leading specialists and general practitioners in the field.

Each patient case study is divided into two sections:

  • Best practice in primary care – This section illustrates how primary care physicians can support their patients through medical history taking, physical examination, relevant testing, treatment initiation and referral (when necessary).
  • Best practice in specialist care – This section highlights how allergists can further support and manage patients upon referral. This includes additional tests, management plans and treatment options.

To learn more about the topics covered in these case-studies, explore our two accredited modules: Testing for and Diagnosing Allergic Disease and Component-resolved Diagnostics for Allergic Disease

Asthma, allergic rhinitis and pet allergies

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Pollen-food syndrome

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Anaphylaxis and nut allergy

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Atopic eczema and milk allergy

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Allergic rhinitis and pollen allergy

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Occupational asthma and egg allergy

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Diagnosis and management of dust mite allergy

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Shellfish allergy diagnosis and patient journey

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