Molecular allergology – the ability to identify and characterise single allergens at a molecular level has led to increased understanding surrounding the sensitisation mechanism to allergens and potential for allergen cross-reactivity. Component-resolved diagnosis provides physicians with information that that cannot be obtained from traditional approaches or extract-based tests, facilitating a more precise diagnosis of allergic diseases and identify sensitisations attributable to cross-reactivity.
This eLearning module is comprised of 5 short chapters – each approximately 10-minutes in length – that introduce component-resolved diagnosis for identifying sensitivity and cross-reactivity to common allergens associated with cats and dogs, hen’s eggs and cow’s milk, tree pollen and nuts. Developed with leading field specialists and GPs, the content will inform you about best practices surrounding use of component-resolved diagnostics to extract a comprehensive allergy patient profile, supporting enhanced disease management to improve outcomes for your patients.
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Prof. Adnan Custovic
Faculty of Medicine, Department of Medicine, Imperial College London, UK
Dr. Toni Hazell
General Practitioner, Freelance Medical Writer and Editor, Greater London, UK
*Availability of CME accreditation points for the ‘ALLIANCE: Advancing Together in Allergy Care’ educational modules are currently pending; an application has been submitted to the European Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (EACCME).
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