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Effects of a dietary and environmental prevention programme on the incidence of allergic symptoms in high atopic risk infants: Three Years´ Follow-up / A Marini; M Agosti; G Motta; F Mosca.-- pp.1-20.-- En: Acta Paediatrica: an International Journal of Paediatrics.-- 85, 414 (1996)
LACTANTE   DIETA   SINTOMAS   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS
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Food allergen avoidance in the prevention of food allergy in infants and children / RS Zeiger.-- pp. 1662-71.-- En: Pediatrics.-- 111, 6 Pt 3 (2003)
ALERGENOS   ANIMALES   NIÑO   NUTRICION DEL NIÑO   ESTUDIO COMPARATIVO   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS   DIRECTRICES PARA LA PLANIFICACION EN SALUD   NUTRICION DEL LACTANTE
Categoría geográfica: ESTADOS UNIDOS   EUROPA (CONTINENTE)  
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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    Food allergy afflicts an increasing number of infants and children and is associated with both clinical and familial burdens. To help lessen this burden, the Nutritional Committees from the American Academy of Pediatrics and jointly the European Society for Pediatric Allergology and Clinical Immunology and the European Society for Pediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology, and Nutrition published recommendations to prevent and treat food allergy. Although there is much in common with these recommendations, differences exist. This review compares, contrasts, and reconciles them, presenting the evidence that has led to their statements.

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Food hypersensitivity: Diagnosing and managing food allergies and intolerance / I Skypala; C, editors Venter .--Ames, Iowa : Wiley-Blackwell, 1984.-- 115 p.
ISBN 978-1-4051-7036-9
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Inmunología intestinal y alergia a los alimentos / Nestlé .--Vevey : Nestlé Nutrition, 1994.-- 39 p..- Serie: Nestlé Nutrition Workshop Series, 34
Evento: Seminario Nestlé Nutrition,34 (21-23 Jun.1993 : Versalles) .- Nestlé
SISTEMA INMUNOLOGICO   MUCOSA INTESTINAL   ALERGIA E INMUNOLOGIA   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS   NIÑO
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Un enigma diagnóstico: problemas alimentarios no específicos / Abbott Laboratories .--s.l. : Abbott Laboratories.-- En : Manejo de problemas en pediatría-- s.l.: Abbott Laboratories, .-- Vol.6
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Food allergies in children affect nutrient intake and growth / L Christie; J Hine; JG Parker; W Burks.-- p. 1648-51.-- En: Journal of The American Dietetic Association.-- 102, 11 (2002)
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    OBJECTIVES: To identify if specific food allergies, elimination diets, or other variables associated with food allergies have an impact on the growth and nutrient intake of children with food allergies. DESIGN: Measurements of height, weight, and body mass index were used to determine potential growth problems. Estimates of energy and nutrient intakes were based on 3-day diet records. A questionnaire was used to determine number of food allergies and other variables. SUBJECTS: Ninety-eight children with food allergies (subjects, mean age 3.7 +/- 2.3 years) and 99 children without food allergies (controls, mean age 4.1 +/- 2.4 years) participated in this age-matched, consecutive sampling, cross-sectional study. STATISTICAL ANALYSIS PERFORMED: Cochran-Mantel-Haenszel statistics using general association and Fisher Exact Test, with 2-sided probability, were conducted. RESULTS: Children with two or more food allergies were shorter, based on height-for-age percentiles, than those with one food allergy (P<.05). More than 25% of children in both groups consumed less than 67% of the DRI (RDA or AI) for calcium, vitamin D, and vitamin E....Continua.

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Latex type I sensitization and allergy in children with atopic dermatitis. Evaluation of cross-reactivity to some foods / J Tucke; A Posch; X Baur; C Rieger; M Raulf Heimsoth.-- p.160-167.-- En: Pediatr Allergy Immunol.-- 10, 3 (1999)
ADOLESCENCIA   ALERGENOS   ESPECIFICIDAD DE ANTICUERPOS   ANTIGENOS   NIÑO   INFANTE   ESTUDIOS DE COHORTES   ESTUDIO COMPARATIVO   REACCIONES CRUZADAS   DERMATITIS ATOPICA   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS   FRUTAS   LACTANTE   ALERGIA AL LATEX   ESTUDIOS LONGITUDINALES   PREVALENCIA   FACTORES DE RIESGO   VEGETALES
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Adverse effects of milk formula ingestion on the gastrointestinal tract / EJ Eastham; WA Walker.-- pp.365-374.-- En: Gastroenterology.-- 76, 2 (1979)
ANIMALES   FORMACION DE ANTICUERPOS   DIAGNOSTICO DIFERENCIAL   DIARREA INFANTIL   DIETOTERAPIA   DISACARIDASAS   FEMENINO   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS   MOTILIDAD GASTROINTESTINAL   SISTEMA GASTROINTESTINAL   HUMANO   LACTANTE   RECIEN NACIDO   INTOLERANCIA A LA LACTOSA   LECHE   CONCENTRACION OSMOLAR   EMBARAZO
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    The large-scale use of cow's milk in infant feeding is less than one hundred years old. Much progress has been made by the manufacturers of proprietary formulas during this period to make their products safer. Although the current formulas provide an excellent substitute for the majority of infants, problems still remain, and it is necessary for every pediatrician and gastroenterologist to be aware of these. The purposes of this article are to review the adverse effects of nonhuman milk on the gastrointestinal tract, to examine the underlying mechanisms, and hopefully to stimulate further thought and research. Particular emphasis will be placed on hypersensitivity reactions, because there now appears to be a swing back to this diagnosis as a result of more sophisticated immunologic investigations. The arguments in favor of breast-feeding, the systemic biochemical differences resulting from different formulas, and the indications for specialized formula feeding are all beyond the scope of this review.




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Nutritional problems in patients who have chronic disease / U Blecker; DI Mehta; R Davis; MS Sothern; RM Suskind.-- pp.29-32.-- En: Pediatrics in Review.-- 21, 1 (2000)
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Clinical aspects of gastrointestinal food allergy in childhood / SH Sicherer.-- pp. 1609-16.-- En: Pediatrics.-- 111, 6 (2003)
INMUNOGLOBULINA E   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS   ENFERMEDADES GASTROINTESTINALES   LACTANTE
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    Gastrointestinal food allergies are a spectrum of disorders that result from adverse immune responses to dietary antigens. The named disorders include immediate gastrointestinal hypersensitivity (anaphylaxis), oral allergy syndrome, allergic eosinophilic esophagitis, gastritis, and gastroenterocolitis; dietary protein enterocolitis, proctitis, and enteropathy; and celiac disease. Additional disorders sometimes attributed to food allergy include colic, gastroesophageal reflux, and constipation. The pediatrician faces several challenges in dealing with these disorders because diagnosis requires differentiating allergic disorders from many other causes of similar symptoms, and therapy requires identification of causal foods, application of therapeutic diets and/or medications, and monitoring for resolution of these disorders. This review catalogs the spectrum of gastrointestinal food allergies that affect children and provides a framework for a rational approach to diagnosis and management.

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Nutrition guide to food allergies / The Food Allergy Network .--Columbus : Ross Products Division, Abbott Laboratories, 2000.-- 40 p.
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Food sensitivity: keys to diagnosis / EP McCarty; OL Frick.-- pp. 645-52.-- En: The Journal of Pediatrics.-- 102, 5 (1983)
ENFERMEDAD AGUDA   ENVEJECIMIENTO   ANIMALES   BOVINOS   INFANTE   ENFERMEDAD CRONICA   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS   ENFERMEDADES GASTROINTESTINALES   SISTEMA GASTROINTESTINAL   GLUTEN   HUMANO   DEFICIENCIA DE IGA   INMUNOGLOBULINA E   LACTANTE   ABSORCION INTESTINAL   LECHE
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Alergias alimentarias en lactantes = Food allergy in infancy / SA Bock; HA Sampson.-- pp. 1051-70.-- En: Clínicas Pediátricas de Norteamérica.-- 5 (1994)
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Revista en estanteria
HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS   ENFERMEDADES GASTROINTESTINALES   SISTEMA INMUNOLOGICO   INMUNOGLOBULINA E   TRASTORNOS RESPIRATORIOS
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    This article discusses the current understanding of the mechanisms of food hypersensitivity and presents a practical approach to the condition. Skin testing is a useful technique if properly applied and interpreted; however, double-blind placebo-controlled food challenge is the standard for accurate diagnosis against which all other tests should be compared. Treatment still consists of avoidance of the offending food allergens; however, most children lose their reactivity, and thus regular challenges are important.




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Food allergy in childhood / AT Clark; PW Ewan.-- p. 79-81.-- En: Archives of Disease in Childhood.-- 88, 1 (2003)
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ASMA   EPINEFRINA   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS   ANTAGONISTA DE HISTAMINA H1   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LA NUEZ   NIÑO
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How dangerous is food allergy in childhood? The incidence of severe and fatal allergic reactions across the UK and Ireland / CF Macdougall; AJ Cant; AF Colver.-- p. 236-9.-- En: Archives of Disease in Childhood.-- 86, 4 (2002)
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ADOLESCENTE   ALERGENOS   ASMA   AGENTES BRONCODILATADORES   NIÑO   EPINEFRINA   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS   ESTUDIOS RETROSPECTIVOS   FACTORES DE RIESGO
Categoría geográfica: REINO UNIDO   IRLANDA  
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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    Aims: To discover the incidence of fatal and severe allergic reactions to food in a large population of children. Methods: A retrospective search for fatalities in children 0-15 years from 1990 to February 1998, primarily of death certification at offices of national statistics. A prospective survey of fatal and severe reactions from March 1998 to February 2000, primarily through the British Paediatric Surveillance
    Unit. Main outcome measures were deaths and severe reactions. A case was deemed severe if one or more of the following criteria was met: cardiorespiratory arrest; need for inotropic support; fluid bolus >20 ml/kg; more than one dose of epinephrine; more than one dose of nebulised bronchodilator. A case was deemed near fatal if intubation was necessary. Results: The UK under 16 population is 13 million. Over the past 10 years, eight children died (incidence of 0.006 deaths per 100 000 children 0-15 years per year). Milk caused four of the deaths.
    No child under 13 died from peanut allergy. Two children died despite receiving early epinephrine before admission to hospital; one child with a mild food allergic reaction died from epinephrine overdose. Over the past two years, there were six near fatal reactions (none caused by peanut) and 49 severe ones (10 caused by peanut), yielding incidences of 0.02 and 0.19 per 100 000 children 0-15 years per year respectively. Coexisting asthma is more strongly associated with a severe reaction than the severity of previous reactions. Conclusions: If 5% of the child population have food allergy, the risk that a food allergic child will die from a food allergic reaction is about 1 in 800 000 per year. The food allergic child with asthma may be at higher risk. Prescribing an epinephrine autoinjector requires a careful balance of advantages and disadvantages.

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Dietary products used in infants for treatment and prevention of food allergy. Joint Statement of the European Society for Paediatric Allergology and Clinical Immunology (ESPACI) Committee on Hypoallergenic Formulas and the European Society for Paediatric Gastroenterology, Hepatology and Nutrition (ESPGHAN) Committee on Nutrition / A Host; B Koletzko; S Dreborg; A Muraro; U Wahn; PJ Aggett; et.al..-- p. 80-4.-- En: Archives of Disease in Childhood.-- 81, 1 (1999)
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ALERGENOS   PROTEINAS EN LA DIETA   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS   ALIMENTOS INFANTILES   RECIEN NACIDO
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The natural history of food allergy / RA Wood.-- p. 1631-7.-- En: Pediatrics.-- 111, 6 Pt 3 (2003)
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Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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    The natural history of food allergy refers to the development of food sensitivities as well as the possible loss of the same food sensitivities over time. Most food allergy is acquired in the first 1 to 2 years of life, whereas the loss of food allergy is a far more variable process, depending on both the individual child and the specific food allergy. For example, whereas most milk allergy is outgrown over time, most allergies to peanuts and tree nuts are never lost. In addition, whereas some children may lose their milk allergy in a matter of months, the process may take as long as 8 or 10 years in other children. This review provides an overview of the natural history of food allergy and provides specific information on the natural course of the most common childhood food allergies.

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Future approaches to food allergy / A Nowak Wegrzyn.-- p. 1672-80.-- En: Pediatrics.-- 111, 6 Pt 3 (2003)
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    Food allergy affects approximately 2% of the general US population, and its prevalence seems to be increasing. Despite the potential for a fatal outcome, no definitive therapies are available for food allergy. This article reviews novel approaches for the diagnosis and treatment of food allergy. Improved diagnostic methods include more precise in vitro and in vivo tests for immunoglobulin E-mediated food allergies, in vitro assays for predicting development of oral tolerance, and novel noninvasive tests for cell-mediated food allergies such as patch testing, cytokine assays, and detection of eosinophil activation markers. Several promising novel immunomodulatory approaches to food allergy are discussed, including monoclonal anti-immunoglobulin E; probiotics; traditional Chinese medicine; and immunotherapy with modified food proteins, peptides, bacterial adjuvants, and immunostimulatory sequences.

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Nutritional management of pediatric food hypersensitivity / S Mofidi.-- p. 1645-53.-- En: Pediatrics.-- 111, 6 Pt 3 (2003)
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    The diagnosis and management of food allergy requires attention to several important dietary issues. Successful exclusion of identified dietary allergens requires extensive education regarding the interpretation of ingredient labels of commercial products and an appreciation for issues of cross-contact in settings such as restaurants and commercial manufacturing. Once a food or food group is eliminated, attention must be focused on potential dietary insufficiencies resulting from these exclusions. These dietary issues are also central to the successful use of diagnostic elimination diets and physician-supervised oral food challenges. This review provides a framework for the dietary management of food hypersensitivity in infants and children both for short-term diagnostic and long-term therapeutic purposes. In addition, approaches for maternal dietary restriction for breastfed infants with food allergy and the introduction of solid foods to atopic infants are reviewed.

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Respiratory manifestations of food allergy / JM James.-- p. 1625-30.-- En: Pediatrics.-- 111, 6 Pt 3 (2003)
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Future therapeutic options in food allergy / PA Eigenmann.-- p. 1217-23.-- En: Allergy.-- 58, 12 (2003)
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    Up to 5% of young children and 2% of adults suffer from food allergy. Among them many have immunoglobulin E (IgE)-mediated food allergy, a condition with potentially fatal allergic reactions. Several studies have addressed possible definite treatment options for food allergy. Immunotherapy, by the oral route or by systemic injections shows promising preliminary results, but current interpretation of these therapeutic options are mostly handicapped by studies with insufficient scientific support, or by severe side-effects. Currently, no studies can support pharmacotherapy. Finally, most promising results were recently published with anti-IgE antibodies in a human trial, or various approaches in a mouse model of food allergy (chinese herbal medicine, specific modulation of the T cell response). Rapidly evolving findings might provide hope for a cure of food allergy in the near future.

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Role of food allergy in childhood atopic dermatitis / DE Campbell.-- p. 1084-1064.-- En: The Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health : Mosby.-- 48, doi:10.1111/j.1440-1754.2011.02125.x (2012)
HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS   DERMATITIS ATOPICA   ENZIMAS
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    The interplay between atopic dermatitis (AD) and food allergy is complex and subject to significant misconceptions both by the general public and the medical community. Childhood AD is a very prevalent disorder. In its moderate and severe forms, AD is a challenging disorder to manage from the perspective of the child, parent and treating doctor. As AD is one of the disease manifestations of atopy, it is unsurprising that many children with AD also have a coexisting IgE-mediated food allergy. It is a common misconception that food allergy is causal in the setting of AD....Continua.

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The role of food, agriculture, forestry and fisheries in human nutrition/ .--Viena, 2001 (CD-ROM)
Evento: International Congress of Nutrition,17 (27-31 Aug : Viena)
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Las ponencias se encuentran en Word
EVALUACION NUTRICIONAL   VALOR NUTRITIVO   MICRONUTRIENTES   CALCIO EN LA DIETA   HAMBRE   OBESIDAD   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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    Contenido:
    1.-Authors biographies.
    2.-Human nutrition: an overview.
    3.-Nutritional assessment: methods for sellected micronutrients and calcium.
    4.-Nutrition and human life stages.
    5.-Malnutrition: hunger and satiety; anorexia and obesity.
    6.-Nutritional deficiency and imbalances.
    7.-Food allergies and intolerance: role of dietary interventions in early childhood?.
    8.-Food modifications and impact on nutrition.
    9.-Adequate diet of essential nutrients for healthy people.
    10.-Ethnographic aspects of human nutrition.
    11.-Regional and cultural differences in nutrition.




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Gastrointestinal food allergy: new insights into pathophysiology and clinical perspectives / S Bischoff; SE Crowe.-- pp. 1089-113.-- En: Gastroenterology.-- 128, 4 (2005)
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    Adverse reactions to food that result in gastrointestinal symptoms are common in the general population; while only a minority of such individuals will have symptoms due to immunologic reactions to foods, gastrointestinal food allergies do exist in both children and adults. These immune reactions are mediated by immunoglobulin E-dependent and -independent mechanisms involving mast cells, eosinophils, and other immune cells, but the complexity of the underlying mechanisms of pathogenesis have yet to be fully defined. Knowledge of the spectrum of adverse reactions to foods that affect the digestive system, including gastrointestinal food allergy, is essential to correctly diagnose and manage the subset of patients with immunologically mediated adverse reactions to foods. Potentially fatal reactions to food necessitate careful instruction and monitoring on the part of health care workers involved in the care of individuals at risk of anaphylaxis. New methods of diagnosis and novel strategies for treatment, including immunologic modulation and the development of hypoallergenic foods, are exciting developments in the field of food allergy.

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Diagnostic evaluation / S Allan Bock.-- pp. 1638-44.-- En: Pediatrics.-- 111, 6 (2003)
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    The diagnosis and management of adverse food reactions is a challenge for pediatricians and other primary care providers. Children of all ages may present with a variety of symptoms that parents have attributed to constituents of the diet. An approach has been devised to aid pediatricians in the evaluation of these children. The process begins with a detailed history. This history may be used to classify the problem into categories of symptoms and possible mechanisms. When common food offenders are suspected of causing symptoms, it is reasonable to obtain in vitro tests that may then be used to decide whether elimination of certain foods is indicated and whether a referral to an allergist is needed. Using this approach, the physician may be able to identify children who are experiencing food-allergic symptoms and aid frustrated families in dealing with problems that have not had apparent solutions. The application of specific testing and the assessment of the results are discussed. Also reviewed are the techniques used by allergists so that pediatricians may help families understand procedures that will be recommended and performed.

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Food allergy. Mechanisms, diagnosis, and management in children / JM Spergel; NA Pawlowski.-- pp. 73-96.-- En: Clínicas Pediátricas de Norteamérica.-- 49, 1 (2002)
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Revista en estanteria
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Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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    We eat approximately two to three tons of food in our lifetime, but most people do not have an adverse reaction to foods. Many people believe that they have an allergic reaction to foods; however, the actual incidence confirmed by history and challenges suggests a prevalence rate closer to 2% to 8% in young infants and less than 2% in adults.




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Early infant multivitamin supplementation is associated with increased risk for food allergy and asthma / JD Milner; DM Stein; R McCarter; RY Moon.-- pp. 27-32.-- En: Pediatrics.-- 114, 1 (2004)
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ASMA   SUPLEMENTOS DIETETICOS   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS   FORMULAS INFANTILES   PREMATURO   RECIEN NACIDO
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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    OBJECTIVE: Dietary vitamins have potent immunomodulating effects in vitro. Individual vitamins have been shown to skew T cells toward either T-helper 1 or T-helper 2 phenotypic classes, suggesting that they may participate in inflammatory or allergic disease. With the exception of antioxidant protection, there has been little study on the effect of early vitamin supplementation on the subsequent risk for asthma and allergic disease. The objective of this study was to determine whether early vitamin supplementation during infancy affects the risk for asthma and allergic disease during early childhood. METHODS: Cohort data were analyzed from the National Center for Health Statistics 1988 National Maternal-Infant Health Survey, which followed pregnant women and their newborns, and the 1991 Longitudinal Follow-up of the same patients, which measured health and disease outcomes. Patients were stratified by race and breastfeeding status. Factors that are known to be associated with alteration of risk for asthma or food allergies were identified using univariate logistic regression. Those factors were then analyzed in multivariate logistic regression models. Early vitamin supplementation was defined as vitamin use within the first 6 months.......continua.

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Food hypersensitivities / PA Eigenmann; SA Zamora; DC Belli.-- pp. 57-67.-- En: Anales Nestlé / Nestlé Nutrition.-- Vevey : Nestlé.-- 57, 2 (1999)
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Strategies for the prevention of cow´s milk protein and atopic diseases / Y Vandenplas; H Heymans.-- pp. 68-77.-- En: Anales Nestlé / Nestlé Nutrition.-- Vevey : Nestlé.-- 57, 2 (1999)
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Revista en estanteria
HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LA LECHE   LECHE DE VACA
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Food allergy and intolerance in children and adolescents, an update / CY Pascual; JF Crespo; PG Perez; MM Esteban.-- pp. S75-78.-- En: European Journal of Clinical Nutrition.-- 54, Suppl 1 (2000)
HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS   INMUNOGLOBULINA E   ADOLESCENTE   NIÑO
Categoría geográfica: ESPAÑA   ESTADOS UNIDOS  
Ubicación: CANIA. CD   
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    Epidemiological surveys demonstrate that rapid increase in allergic diseases is a real phenomenon. In developed countries they are about the commonest chronic diseases, reaching between 15% and 30% of the population. Adverse reaction to food can be divided into toxic reaction and non-toxic reactions. The non-toxic reactions are divided into non-immune mediated and immune mediated, these are considered food allergic reactions. We showed our experience in a 4 y survey, individualized by food allergens during the first two years of life. In Spain egg white protein is the most common allergen followed by cow's milk and peanuts.....Continua.

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El Nidito / Nestlé Nutrition.-- Vevey
HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS   ANEMIA FERROPENICA   NUTRICION DE LA MADRE   ESTREÑIMIENTO   PICA
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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Kiwifruit allergy across Europe: Clinical manifestation and IgE recognition patterns to kiwifruit allergens / TM Le; M Bublin; H Breiteneder; M Fern; FR Montserrat; R Asero; B Ballmer-Weber.-- pp. 164-71.-- En: Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.-- 131, 1 (2013)
HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS   ALERGENOS   ALERGIA E INMUNOLOGIA   PRUEBAS CUTANEAS
Ubicación: CANIA. CD   
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    BACKGROUND: Kiwifruit is a common cause of food allergy. Symptoms range from mild to anaphylactic reactions. OBJECTIVE: We sought to elucidate geographic differences across Europe regarding clinical patterns and sensitization to kiwifruit allergens. Factors associated with the severity of kiwifruit allergy were identified, and the diagnostic performance of specific kiwifruit allergens was investigated. METHODS: This study was part of EuroPrevall, a multicenter European study investigating several aspects of food allergy. Three hundred eleven patients with kiwifruit allergy from 12 countries representing 4 climatic regions were included. Specific IgE to 6 allergens (Act d 1, Act d 2, Act d 5, Act d 8, Act d 9, and Act d 10) and kiwifruit extract were tested by using ImmunoCAP. RESULTS: Patients from Iceland were mainly sensitized to Act d 1 (32%), those from western/central and eastern Europe were mainly sensitized to Act d 8 (pathogenesis-related class 10 protein, 58% and 44%, respectively), and those from southern Europe were mainly sensitized to Act d 9 (profilin, 31%) and Act d 10 (nonspecific lipid transfer protein, 22%). Sensitization to Act d 1 and living in Iceland were independently and significantly associated with severe kiwifruit allergy (odds ratio, 3.98 [P = .003] and 5.60 [P < .001], respectively). Using a panel of 6 kiwifruit allergens in ImmunoCAP increased the diagnostic sensitivity to 65% compared with 20% for skin prick tests and 46% ImmunoCAP using kiwi extract....Continua.

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Role of food allergy in childhood atopic dermatitis / DE Campbell.-- pp. 1058-64.-- En: Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health.-- 48, 12 (2012)
HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS   DERMATITIS ATOPICA   ENZIMAS
Ubicación: CANIA. CD   
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    The interplay between atopic dermatitis (AD) and food allergy is complex and subject to significant misconceptions both by the general public and the medical community. Childhood AD is a very prevalent disorder. In its moderate and severe forms, AD is a challenging disorder to manage from the perspective of the child, parent and treating doctor. As AD is one of the disease manifestations of atopy, it is unsurprising that many children with AD also have a coexisting IgE-mediated food allergy. It is a common misconception that food allergy is causal in the setting of AD...Continua.

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Role of selenium and zinc in the pathogenesis of food allergy in infants and young children / B Kamer; W Wasowicz; K Pyziak; A Kamer-Bartosinska; J Gromadzinska; R Pasowska.-- pp. 1083-88.-- En: Archives of Medical Science.-- 8, 6 (2012)
HIPERSENSIBILIDAD   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS   SELENIO   CINC   PATOGENICIDAD   NIÑO   ADOLESCENTE
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    INTRODUCTION: Selenium and zinc are indispensable microelements for normal functioning and development of the human body. They are cofactors of many enzymes of the antioxidative barrier (selenium - glutathione peroxidase; zinc - superoxide dismutase). The aim of the study was to evaluate the importance of selenium and zinc in the pathogenesis of food allergy in small children. MATERIAL AND METHODS: The study was performed in 134 children with food allergy, aged 1 to 36 months. The control group was composed of 36 children at the same age, without clinical symptoms of food intolerance. Each child had estimated serum levels of zinc and selenium. Furthermore, the authors evaluated activity of glutathione peroxidase (GSH-Px) in erythrocyte lysates and serum. Tests were performed twice, before and after 6-month administration of elimination diet....Continua.

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Knowledge and practice of physicians and nutritionists regarding the prevention of food allergy / Leite Speridião PD, Morais MB. Ribeiro CC Ribeiro CC; Leite Speridiao PD; Morais MB.-- pp. doi: 10.1016/j.clnu.2012.10.014.-- En: Clinical Nutrition, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.clnu.2012.10.014 (2012)
HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS   PREVENCION PRIMARIA   EDUCACION CONTINUA   EDUCACION DEL PACIENTE   EDUCACION PROFESIONAL
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    BACKGROUND & AIMS: To evaluate the knowledge and practice of pediatricians, pediatric gastroenterologists, allergists and nutritionists regarding the primary prevention of food allergy. METHODS: A descriptive, cross-sectional study that enrolled pediatricians (n = 80), pediatric gastroenterologists (n = 120), allergists (n = 100) and nutritionists (n = 220). A self-administered questionnaire concerning the current recommendations was used...Continua.

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Pathogenesis of food allergy in the pediatric patient / S Chin; BP Vickery.-- pp. 621-29.-- En: Current Allergy and Asthma Reports.-- 12, 6 (2012)
HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS   INMUNOGLOBULINA E   CELULAS DENDRITICAS   FISIOPATOLOGIA   ETIOLOGIA
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    Abstract In the US and other developed countries, food allergy is a growing epidemic in pediatric populations with a substantial impact on health-related quality of life..Continua.

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Maternal and newborn vitamin D status and its impact on food allergy development in the German LINA cohort study / K Weisse; S Winkler; F Hirche; G Herberth; D Hinz; M Bauer; et al..-- pp. 220-28.-- En: Allergy.-- 68, 2 (2013)
HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS   RELACIONES MADRE-HIJO   VITAMINA D   ESTUDIOS DE COHORTES
Ubicación: CANIA. CD   
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    Background: Vitamin D levels are known to be associated with atopic disease development; however, existing data are controversial. The aim of this study was to investigate whether corresponding maternal and cord blood vitamin D levels are associated with atopic outcomes in early infancy. Methods: Within the LINA cohort study (Lifestyle and environmental factors and their Influence on Newborns Allergy risk), 25(OH)D was measured in blood samples of 378 mother–child pairs during pregnancy and at birth. Information about children’s atopic manifestations during the first 2 years of life was obtained from questionnaires filled out by the parents during pregnancy and annually thereafter. Cord blood regulatory T cells (Treg) were detected by methylation-specific PCR using a Treg-specific demethylated region in the FOXP3 gene...Continua.

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Multiple-allergen oral immunotherapy improves quality of life in caregivers of food-allergic pediatric subjects / IM Otani; P Bégin; C Kearney; TLR Dominguez; A Mehrotra; LR Bacal; et.al..-- http://www.aacijournal.com/content/10/1/25.-- En: Allergy, Asthma & Clinical Immunology.-- 10 (2014)
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HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS   INMUNOTERAPIA   CALIDAD DE VIDA   ANTIGENOS   NIÑO
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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    Background: Food allergy (FA) negatively affects quality of life in caregivers of food-allergic children, imposing a psychosocial and economic burden. Oral immunotherapy (OIT) is a promising investigational therapy for FA. However, OIT can be a source of anxiety as it carries risk for allergic reactions. The effect of OIT with multiple food allergens (mOIT) on FA-specific health-related quality of life (HRQL) has never been studied in participants with multiple, severe food allergies. This study is the first to investigate the effects of mOIT on FA-related HRQL in caregivers of pediatric subjects. Methods: Caregiver HRQL was assessed using a validated Food Allergy Quality of Life - Parental Burden (FAQL-PB) Questionnaire (J Allergy Clin Immunol 114(5):1159-1163, 2004). Parents of participants in two single-center Phase I clinical trials receiving mOIT (n = 29) or rush mOIT with anti-IgE (omalizumab) pre-treatment (n = 11) completed the FAQL-PB prior to study intervention and at 2 follow-up time-points (6 months and 18 months). Parents of subjects not receiving OIT (control group, n = 10) completed the FAQL-PB for the same time-points...Continua.

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Nutrición durante la lactancia tardía y la etapa inicial de la infancia: impacto sobre la salud .--Vevey : Nestlé Nutrition, 2005.-- 40 p..- Serie: Nestlé Nutrition Workshop Series, 56
ALERGIA E INMUNOLOGIA   HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS   DESTETE   HIDRATOS DE CARBONO   FIBRAS EN LA DIETA   COMIDA RAPIDA
Ubicación: Centro de Información y Documentación (CANIA)   
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Food hypersensitivity is common in Swedish schoolchildren, especially oral reactions to fruit and gastrointestinal reactions to milk / A Strinnholm; A Winberg; C West; L Hedman; E Ronmark.-- pp. 1290-296.-- En: Acta Pædiatrica.-- 103, 12 (2014)
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HIPERSENSIBILIDAD A LOS ALIMENTOS   FACTORES DE RIESGO   EPIDEMIOLOGIA   ENFERMEDADES GASTROINTESTINALES   NIÑO
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    AIM: This study examined the prevalence, symptom expression and risk factors for food hypersensitivity among Swedish schoolchildren. METHODS: Parents of 2585 (96% of invited) children aged 7-8 years completed a questionnaire regarding food hypersensitivity and allergic diseases. A random sample of 1700 children (90% of invited) also participated in skin prick testing with ten airborne allergens. RESULTS: The overall prevalence of reported food hypersensitivity to milk, egg, fish, wheat, soya, fruits and, or, nuts was 21%, with symptoms caused by milk (9%) being the most common. The most frequently reported symptoms were oral symptoms (47.4%), mainly caused by fruit, and gastrointestinal symptoms (45.7%), mainly caused by milk. Factors associated with any food hypersensitivity were female sex, allergic heredity and a positive skin prick test. Eczema was consistently associated with symptoms caused by milk, egg, fish, wheat, soya, fruits and nuts. Rhinitis was associated to the same foods, except milk. CONCLUSION: Reported food hypersensitivity was common among Swedish schoolchildren. The most frequent symptom expressions were oral symptoms triggered by fruits and gastrointestinal symptoms triggered by milk. The high prevalence of reported symptoms should be validated by clinical examinations to provide a diagnosis.

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