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Bronchial provocation test measured by using the forced oscillation technique to assess airway responsiveness.

Hui Xu, Yi Gao, Yanqing Xie, Xiaolin Liang, Jinping Zheng,

<b>Background:</b> The bronchial provocation test (BPT) performed by using the forced oscillation technique (FOT) is cooperated without forced expiratory effort. However, a comparison of the application value and safety of BPTs measured by using the FOT and the standardized dosimeter method is lacking, which limits its clinical practice. <b>Objective:</b> We ... Read more >>

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[2021, 42(5):e127-e134]

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Effect of COVID-19 on hereditary angioedema activity and quality of life.

Ozge Can Bostan, Gulseren Tuncay, Ebru Damadoglu, Gul Karakaya, Ali Fuat Kalyoncu,

<b>Background:</b> The demonstration that severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus type 2 (SARS-CoV-2) enters the cell <i>via</i> the angiotensin-converting enzyme 2 receptor has raised concerns that, in hereditary angioedema (HAE), a disease characterized by bradykinin-mediated angioedema attacks, coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) may trigger angioedema attacks, increase the frequency and/or severity of ... Read more >>

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[2021, 42(5):403-408]

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Vaccine preventable diseases, vaccine hesitancy, and COVID-19: A role for the allergist/immunologist.

Joseph A Bellanti, Russell A Settipane,

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[2021, 42(5):365-367]

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For the Patient.

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[2021, 42(5):443-444]

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Sustained decrease in pediatric asthma emergency visits during the first year of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Samantha Arsenault, Jacob Hoofman, Pavadee Poowuttikul, Elizabeth Secord,

<b>Background:</b> On January 20, 2020, the first documented case of novel severe acute respiratory syndrome coronavirus 2 (coronavirus disease 2019 [COVID-19]) was reported in the United States. The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention continues to report more morbidity and mortality in adults than in childr<b>e</b>n. Early in Pandemic, ... Read more >>

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[2021, 42(5):400-402]

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Food-induced anaphylaxis in early childhood and factors associated with its severity.

Metin Aydogan, Erdem Topal, Nalan Yakıcı, Hazal Cansu Acar, Zeynep Hızlı Demirkale, Mustafa Arga, Pınar Uysal, Sezin Aydemir, Isıl Eser Simsek, Zeynep Tamay, Sükrü Cekic, Ozlem Cavkaytar, Fatih Kaplan, Ayca Kıykım, Müjde Tugba Cogurlu, Ayse Süleyman, Esra Yücel, Emre Akkelle, Gonca Hancıoglu, Adem Yasar, Tuba Tuncel, Hikmet Tekin Nacaroglu, Cigdem Aydogmus, Nermin Güler, Haluk Cokugras, Nihat Sapan, Hasan Yüksel, Recep Sancak, Mehmet Sarper Erdogan, Oner Ozdemir, Cevdet Ozdemir, Fazıl Orhan,

<b>Background:</b> Several factors that increase the risk of severe food-induced anaphylaxis have been identified. <b>Objective:</b> We aimed to determine the demographic, etiologic, and clinical features of food-induced anaphylaxis in early childhood and also any other factors associated with severe anaphylaxis. <b>Methods:</b> We carried out a medical chart review of anaphylaxis ... Read more >>

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[2021, 42(5):e135-e144]

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Efficacy and safety of crisaborole in patients with mild-to-moderate atopic dermatitis and other atopic comorbidities.

Jonathan M Spergel, Michael S Blaiss, Peter Lio, Aharon Kessel, Wendy C Cantrell, Liza Takiya, John L Werth, Michael A O'Connell, Chuanbo Zang, Michael J Cork,

<b>Background:</b> Crisaborole is a nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory phosphodiesterase 4 inhibitor that is approved for the treatment of patients with mild-to-moderate atopic dermatitis (AD); however, the efficacy and safety of crisaborole in patients with AD and other atopic comorbidities have not been investigated. <b>Objective:</b> This <i>post hoc</i> pooled analysis of the pivotal ... Read more >>

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[2021, 42(5):425-431]

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The global burden of vaccine-preventable infectious diseases in children less than 5 years of age: Implications for COVID-19 vaccination. How can we do better?

Lawrence D Frenkel,

<b>Background:</b> Infectious diseases are a leading cause of morbidity and mortality worldwide. As of 2018, the total world population of children < 5 years of age was roughly estimated at 679 million. Of these children, an estimated 5.3 million died of all causes in 2018, with an estimated 700,000 who ... Read more >>

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[2021, 42(5):378-385]

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Does vitamin D deficiency in asthma affect clinical and functional parameters? A Turkish multicenter study.

Nurhan Sarıoglu, Arzu Didem Yalcın, Fusun Sahin, Sadan Soyyigit, Fatma Merve Tepetam, Fuat Erel,

<b>Background:</b> In recent years, interest in the effects of vitamin D on human health and the immune system has increased. <b>Objective:</b> This study aimed to investigate the relationship of vitamin D with asthma severity, attacks, and clinical and functional parameters in adult patients with asthma who were living in different ... Read more >>

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[2021, 42(5):e152-e158]

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Caregiver perceptions and attitudes associated with oral immunotherapy on social media.

Suzanne Kochis, Corinne Keet, Lauren E Claus, Tai Hairston, Annie R Links, Emily F Boss,

<b>Background:</b> Caregiver values and preferences with regard to oral immunotherapy (OIT) for treatment of food allergies are not widely reported. Understanding caregiver perspectives is integral to establishing shared decision-making in the treatment of food allergy. <b>Objective:</b> We aimed to understand caregiver opinions that may influence caregivers in their decisions about ... Read more >>

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[2021, 42(5):432-438]

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Allergic reactions and adverse events associated with administration of mRNA-based vaccines. A health-care system experience.

Mercedes E Arroliga, Karim Dhanani, Alejandro C Arroliga, Penny S Huddleston, Jason Trahan, Toni Aguilar, David Weldon,

<b>Background:</b> Adverse reactions, including anaphylaxis, to messenger RNA coronavirus disease 2019 (COVID-19) vaccines rarely occur. Because of the need to administer a timely second dose in subjects who reported a reaction to their first dose, a panel of health-care professionals developed a safe triage of the employees and health care ... Read more >>

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[2021, 42(5):395-399]

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Tropomyosin: A panallergen that causes a worldwide allergic problem.

Francesco Papia, Chiara Bellia, Carina Gabriela Uasuf,

<b>Background:</b> Panallergens are proteins that take part in key processes of organisms and, therefore, are ubiquitously distributed with highly conserved sequences and structures. One class of these panallergens is composed of the tropomyosins. The highly heat-stable tropomyosins comprise the major allergens in crustaceans and mollusks, which make them important food ... Read more >>

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[2021, 42(5):e145-e151]

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Impact of type 2 targeting biologics on acute exacerbations of chronic rhinosinusitis.

Gayatri B Patel, Elizabeth A Kudlaty, Amina Guo, Chen Yeh, Margaret S Kim, Caroline P E Price, David Conley, Leslie C Grammer, Ravi Kalhan, Robert C Kern, Kris G McGrath, Bruce K Tan, Sharon R Rosenberg, Robert P Schleimer, Stephanie S Smith, Whitney W Stevens, Kevin C Welch, Anju T Peters,

<b>Background:</b> Acute exacerbations of chronic rhinosinusitis (AECRS) are associated with significant morbidity and decreased quality of life. There are sparse data assessing the real-world impact of biologics on AECRS. <b>Objectives:</b> We sought to determine the impact of type 2-targeting biologics on the frequency of medication use for AECRS episodes. <b>Methods:</b> ... Read more >>

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[2021, 42(5):417-424]

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How important is proper dosing for subcutaneous and sublingual allergy immunotherapy?

Harold S Nelson,

<b>Background:</b> Results of surveys report that allergists use a wide range of doses for allergy immunotherapy; however, results of randomized, double-blind, placebo controlled studies suggest that the range of the optimum effective dosing is relatively narrow. <b>Objective:</b> To review studies that established effective or less than fully effective doses for ... Read more >>

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[2021, 42(5):368-377]

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COVID-19 vaccines and vaccine hesitancy: Role of the allergist/immunologist in promotion of vaccine acceptance.

Joseph A Bellanti,

<b>Background:</b> Vaccine hesitancy has been defined as a delay in acceptance or refusal of vaccines, despite the availability of vaccine services. In the past, despite an impressive record of vaccine effectiveness in the United States, several factors have contributed to a decreased acceptance of vaccines that has resulted in outbreaks ... Read more >>

Allergy Asthma Proc (Allergy and asthma proceedings)
[2021, 42(5):386-394]

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Interaction effects of asthma and rhinitis control on work productivity and activity impairment: A cross-sectional study.

Wen Juan Zhu, Ying Liu, Gang Wang, Ke Deng, Lei Liu, Ji Wang, Brian G Oliver, Ting Wang, De Ying Kang, Lei Wang, Wei Min Li, Gang Wang,

<b>Background:</b> Symptomatic asthma and rhinitis negatively impact patients' work productivity and activity. However, little is known about the potential interaction effect of both asthma and rhinitis control on work productivity and activity impairment. <b>Objective:</b> This study aimed to explore whether there are interaction effects of asthma and rhinitis control on ... Read more >>

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[2021, 42(5):409-416]

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A 33-year-old man with a history of recurrent pneumonia presenting with hypoxemic respiratory failure.

Taylor Eddens, Sara Van Meerbeke, Michael Zhang, Andrej Petrov, Merritt L Fajt,

The patient was a 33-year-old man with a history of recurrent pneumonia, autism, bipolar disorder, hypothyroidism, intermittent asthma, and nonischemic cardiomyopathy attributed to cocaine use who was admitted with hypoxemic respiratory distress with bilateral infiltrates seen on a chest radiograph. He was treated for community-acquired pneumonia but progressed to respiratory ... Read more >>

Allergy Asthma Proc (Allergy and asthma proceedings)
[2021, 42(5):439-442]

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Food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome: Current practices in oral food challenge.

Melike Ocak, Aysegul Akarsu, Umit Murat Sahiner, Ozge Soyer, Bulent Enis Sekerel,

<b>Background:</b> Oral food challenges (OFC) in food protein-induced enterocolitis syndrome (FPIES) are performed to confirm a diagnosis, test for development of tolerance, and find safe alternatives. <b>Objective:</b> We aimed to define OFC outcomes and identify safer test strategies. <b>Methods:</b> OFCs performed in children with FPIES over a 5-year period were ... Read more >>

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[2021, 42(4):343-349]

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Long-term oral administration of transgenic rice containing cedar pollen T-cell epitopes potentially improves medication- and allergy-related quality-of-life scores.

Tomonori Endo, Daiya Asaka, Tsuguhisa Nakayama, Shota Saito, Hiroki Kodama, Ryoto Mitsuyoshi, Naoki Sugimoto, Sachiko Omae, Hidenori Takagi, Yuhya Wakasa, Kenjirou Ozawa, Makoto Takano, Fumio Takaiwa, Hiromi Kojima, Saburo Saito,

<b>Background:</b> We previously developed a transgenic rice that contains seven linked human predominant T-cell epitopes (7Crp) derived from Japanese cedar (JC) pollen allergens Cry j 1 and Cry j 2. Oral administration of 80 g of transgenic rice for 20 weeks suppressed allergen-specific T-cell proliferation in participants with JC pollinosis, ... Read more >>

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[2021, 42(4):293-300]

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Effect of prenatal phthalate exposure on childhood atopic dermatitis: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

Minyoung Jung, Min-Ji Kim, Seonwoo Kim, Yechan Kyung, Minji Kim, Ji Young Lee, Hye-In Jeong, Bo Ra Lee, Jihyun Kim, Kangmo Ahn, Yong Mean Park,

<b>Background:</b> The association between prenatal exposure to phthalate and childhood atopic dermatitis (AD) has previously been investigated; however, the results are inconsistent. <b>Objective:</b> We aimed to perform a systematic review and meta-analysis of birth cohort studies to investigate whether prenatal exposure to phthalate increases the risk of developing AD in ... Read more >>

Allergy Asthma Proc (Allergy and asthma proceedings)
[2021, 42(4):e116-e125]

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Health-care resource utilization associated with peanut allergy management under allergen avoidance among commercially insured individuals.

J Allen Meadows, Shengsheng Yu, Steve L Hass, Annie Guerin, Dominick Latremouille-Viau, Stephen A Tilles,

<b>Background:</b> Until recently, the standard approach to care for individuals with peanut allergy (PA) was limited to allergen avoidance and treatment of reactions with emergency medicines. <b>Objectives:</b> To assess health-care resource utilization (HRU) and costs associated with PA management under allergen avoidance and to identify risk factors associated with peanut ... Read more >>

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[2021, 42(4):333-342]

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Intralymphatic immunotherapy for allergic rhinitis: A systematic review and meta-analysis.

Michael T Werner, John V Bosso,

<b>Background:</b> Only a fraction of patients with allergic rhinitis receive allergen-specific immunotherapy (AIT). AIT is most commonly delivered subcutaneously in a series of injections over 3-5 years. Common obstacles to completing this therapy include cost and inconvenience. Intralymphatic immunotherapy (ILIT) has been proposed as a faster alternative, which requires as ... Read more >>

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[2021, 42(4):283-292]

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The role of component-resolved diagnosis in Hymenoptera venom allergy in clinical practice.

Ayse Engin, Fatma B Oktelik, Aslı Gelincik, Aytul Sin, Betul A Sin, Berna A Dursun, Sengul Beyaz, Begum Gorgulu, Esin Cetin, Gunnur Deniz,

<b>Background:</b> Hymenoptera venom allergy is an immunoglobulin (Ig) E mediated hypersensitivity reaction to Hymenoptera venoms. Obvious identification of the culprit insect that causes the clinical symptoms and, hence, the accurate selection of venom for curative treatment, is of great importance for the effectiveness and safety of venom immunotherapy. <b>Objective:</b> In ... Read more >>

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[2021, 42(4):350-356]

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Etiology and predictors of cluster attacks of hereditary angioedema that recur despite pharmaceutical treatment.

Felix A Johnson, Magdalena Wirth, Zhaojun Zhu, Janina Hahn, Jens Greve, Eva Ebert, Ulrich G Strassen,

<b>Introduction:</b> Hereditary angioedema (HAE) is a disease that leads to recurrent swelling of the skin and mucous membranes, including the upper airway tract. Apart from being deadly, these attacks can be debilitating, which leads to a poor quality of life in patients. Clinicians are occasionally confronted with patients who have ... Read more >>

Allergy Asthma Proc (Allergy and asthma proceedings)
[2021, 42(4):317-324]

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COVID-19: A continuing challenge for the allergist/immunologist.

Joseph A Bellanti, Russell A Settipane,

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[2021, 42(4):263-266]

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