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Predictors of Positive Food Challenge
Patients with suspected tree-nut or sesame allergy based on sensitization on skin-prick tests (SPT), will be assessed for allergy using component analysis and basophil activation test (BAT) and entered into oral immunotherapy (OIT). Component analysis and BAT will be repeated after completion of OIT. Patients with tree-nut or sesame allergy treated with the standard of care of elimination diet will serve as controls
Prescreening Protocol to Enroll in Food Allergy Clinical Studies at a Single Site
This is a protocol for prescreening of participants who would like to be in clinical studies in our Center at Stanford.
Preventing Atopic Dermatitis and ALLergies in Children
The primary objective is of the PreventADALL study is to test if primary prevention of allergic diseases is possible by simple and low cost strategies, and secondary to asses the impact of xenobiotic exposure and microbiota in and on the body and the environment on allergic disease development. The secondary objective is an exploratory focus to investigate early life risk factors for development of non-communicable diseases, including asthma and allergic diseases as well as for diseases that may share common risk factors, including cardiovascular disease, obesity and diabetes. Design: A multi-national population-based prospective...
Prospective Multicenter Nationwide Registry of Children With Eosinophilic Esophagitis
1. Registry of demographic, clinical, endoscopic and histological data at baseline. 2. Registry of patients treated with PPI: - Clinical, endoscopic and histological response at 8-12 weeks of induction treatment - Clinical, endoscopic and histological response at 6 and 12 months weeks of maintenance treatment 3. Registry of patients treated with two foods elimination diet: - Clinical, endoscopic and histological response at 8-12 weeks of induction treatment - Identification of food trigger: milk, gluten or milk and gluten - Clinical, endoscopic and histological response at...
Protection From Food Induced Anaphylaxis by Reducing the Serum Level of Specific IgE (Protana).
Anaphylaxis elicited by accidental intake of the offending food constitutes a major health risk to the food allergic patient. Current advice for the food allergic patient is to avoid the offending food allergen and to carry an epinephrine autoinjector. However, novel treatments altering the clinical reactivity to the offending food thereby diminishing the risk of anaphylaxis are much needed. A correlation between the level of specific IgE in serum towards the offending food and the clinical sensitivity of the patient has been suggested. The clinical threshold for a food allergic reaction to occur is therefore hypothesized to increase by...
Protocol of Reintroduction of Beta-lactams in Children at Low Risk of Anaphylaxis.
The purpose of this study is to establish the rationale for the practice of performing an oral reintroduction test without previous skin tests in children at low risk of IgE-mediated reaction or drug-induced toxidermia, and to confirm the criteria for a drug reintroduction test could be performed without previous skin tests, without subsequent risk of reaction for the child. The primary endpoint will be the risk of a severe IgE-mediated or delayed hypersensitivity reaction in children who received beta-lactam drug reintroduction protocol prior to skin testing.
Radiation Dose in Humans From Orally Administered Tc99m-Heparin
This is a research study of a new agent used for evaluation of inflammation in the GI tract. This agent is investigational and thus is being studied to determine appropriate dosing and administration in both normal controls (i.e. people without gastrointestinal complaints) and patients with eosinophilic disease (i.e. those with an immune reaction and inflammation in their bodies with a certain cell called an eosinophil). The study will test whether the radiolabeled agent will bind to the inflammation of eosinophilic esophagitis patients because an animal model of eosinophilic esophagitis which shows the striking deposition of eosinophil...
Reduction of Peanut Reactivity and Immune Modulation With Anti-IgE Therapy
This pilot study is will examine the pathways involved in allergic response, primarily in food allergy; specifically peanut allergy. We will also study non-allergic donors as well as patients with atopic disorders, primarily as control subjects. We believe that this study will lead to discovery of significant pathways involved in the allergic pathway that can be explored in more detail during follow-up studies in order to address mechanistic questions that cannot be answered in a pilot trial. We believe that such a pilot study represents the ideal approach to identify effective therapeutic interventions and to simultaneously better ...
Registry for Eosinophilic Gastrointestinal Disorders (REGID)
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Registry of Food Allergy Oral Immunotherapy Treatment
The purpose of this patient registry is to demonstrate safety and efficacy of food oral immunotherapy in food allergic patients. Factors that lead to adverse reactions will be identified. The frequency of rescue epinephrine use will be recorded.