Patients in the United States who present to their physicians for drug allergy assessments have expressed concerns about their options for medical treatments, experiencing an allergic reaction, and seeking a diagnosis.
Family physicians and pharmacists identified areas for improvement in antibiotic allergy documentation to prevent the prescribing of suboptimal treatments.
Pediatricians are aware of the 2017 Addendum Guidelines for the Prevention of Peanut Allergy in the United States, but many have not fully implemented them.
Findings do not support the contention that patients undergoing cardiac catheterization should have their beta blockers or ACE inhibitors suspended.
Early introduction of allergenic foods may prevent the development of food allergy in certain infants at high risk, although adherence to early introduction is low.
A proinflammatory diet during pregnancy may be associated with early transient wheeze during childhood.
The risk for Hodgkin lymphoma (HL) is increased in association with immunosuppression, allergic disease, and eczema.