Combination Chemotherapy in Treating Patients With Non-Metastatic Extracranial Ewing Sarcoma
This trial examined the outcome benefit to patients of adding a new chemotherapy drug combination to the established treatment approach for patients with extracranial Ewing sarcoma, that had not spread from the primary site to other places in the body. The trial randomly assigned patients at the time of study entry to receive established standard treatment with the following 5-drugs: vincristine sulfate, doxorubicin hydrochloride, cyclophosphamide, ifosfamide and etoposide. The outcome for patients receiving the standard 5-drug combination was compared to the outcome for patients who received the same 5-drugs with an additional drug,...
Comparative Real World Effectiveness of SQ Sublingual Immunotherapy (SLIT)-Tablets vs. Controls in Allergic Rhinitis and Asthma
To assess the impact of SQ SLIT-tablets (SQ Grass SLIT-tablet and SQ HDM SLIT-tablet) in Danish and Swedish allergic rhinitis (AR) patients, with or without asthma, between 2007-2020.
Cow's Milk Elimination for Treatment of Eosinophilic Esophagitis
The investigators seek to assess the efficacy of removing cow's milk from an EoE patient's diet. This will be determined by esophageal inflammation and clinical and histological response to the milk elimination treatment.
Defining ENDOtypes in Perioperative Hypersensitivity by Extensive Cellular and Molecular PHENotyping (ENDOPHEN)
Perioperative Acute Hypersensitivity (PAH) is a systemic reaction that occurs rapidly following injection of a drug during anesthesia.The HSA-PA reaction must occur within a maximum of one hour after the induction of anesthesia or a new product by the anesthetist. The main mechanism evoked is an immune response of immediate systemic hypersensitivity or anaphylaxis. Anaphylactic reactions are classically described as IgE-dependent and triggered by the injection of allergen which by bridging specific IgE present on the surface of mast cells, induces a massive release of histamine responsible for the observed symptoms. The diagnosis of...
Diagnostic Errors in Anaphylactic Shock
Diagnostic accuracy and quality of management in anaphylactic shock is assessed in three conditions: expected, unexpected with no distractor, unexpected with distractor
Early Origins of Allergy and Asthma
Birth cohort study with recruitment during pregnancy to determine prenatal and perinatal conditions, as well as genetic and epigenetic factors, that participate in the early setting of immune responses, and the role of these in the later determination of the risk of allergic diseases, asthma, and metabolic conditions in the offspring.
Early Peanut Introduction: Translation to Clinical Practice
The recent finding that early introduction of peanut can prevent ~70-90% of peanut allergy is a major step towards prevention of food allergy. However, because that finding was from a clinical trial in a very select population, there are several major questions that must be answered in order to implement these findings into clinical practice without causing more harm than good. These questions include who, if anyone, should be screened prior to early introduction for peanut allergy, how this screening should be done, and what quantity of peanut ingestion is needed to prevent peanut allergy. The goal of this project is to answer these...
Effects of Different Polyphenol-containing Beverages on the Immune System and on Muscular Growth Factors
In this research project, the effect of different polyphenol-containing beverages with varying alcohol content of < 0.4 vol% on immune function as well as muscular growth factors will be investigated
Egg Allergy Oral Desensitization
This study evaluates whether tolerance to eggs can be induced in patients through a process of oral immunotherapy. Participants will be randomized into groups receiving oral immunotherapy and a control group that will receive no intervention
Evaluation of Medical Care and Patient's Knowledge About the Behavior to Take on Secondary Prevention of Anaphylaxis
Anaphylaxis is a hypersensitivity reaction systemic, generalized, severe, life-threatening that may result from exposure to a triggering factor. The prevalence of anaphylaxis is 0.05 to 2% in the general population. Most reactions appear within 30 minutes after contact with the triggering factor and last up to 6 hours. The main triggering factors are: 1/food, 2/hymenopteran bites, 3/drugs. The main treatment is the early administration of adrenaline by Intramuscular route on medical prescription or by AAI (adrenaline auto-injector) associated with the exclusion of the allergen. Adrenaline treatment should be administered as soon as...