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Epidemiological Investigation and Cohort Study on Food Allergy in Children Aged 3 to 6 Years in Wenzhou and Taizhou Urban Areas
Objective 1. To investigate the status of food allergy among children aged 3 to 6 in Wenzhou and Taizhou urban areas. 2. To obtain the self-reported rate of parents or guardians of food allergy among children aged 3 to 6 in Wenzhou and Taizhou urban areas. 3. To obtain the prevalence of food allergy among children aged 3 to 6 in Wenzhou and Taizhou urban areas by conducting skin prick test (SPT), blood eosinophil (EOS) count, total immunoglobulin E (tIgE) measurement and serum specific IgE (sIgE) determination in children who self-reported food allergy, and conducting the open food challenge (OFC) if ...
Esophageal String Test in Eosinophilic Esophagitis
The overall goal of this study is to develop a novel minimally invasive device, the Esophageal String Test (EST) to monitor esophageal inflammation during treatment of the rare disease Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE) in a safe and efficacious manner. This study is broken down into 2 specific aims: Specific Aim 1: Identify the EoE Biomarker Panel (EBP) that will improve the sensitivity and specificity of the EST for documenting esophageal inflammation in a 1-hour time point. Specific Aim 2: Validate the ability of the EST EBP to monitor therapeutic efficacy in a 1-hour sampling time. Funding Source - FDA OOPD
Evaluating the Safety and Efficacy of Oral Encapsulated Fecal Microbiota Transplant in Peanut Allergic Patients
This is a Phase I trial to evaluate the safety and efficacy of oral encapsulated fecal microbiota transplantation (FMT) in the treatment of peanut allergy. In this research the investigators would like to learn more about ways to treat peanut allergies. There is currently no known cure for peanut allergy. The primary aim is to assess safety and tolerability of oral FMT in patients with peanut allergy aged 18-40 years.
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...
Evaluation of the Hypoallergenicity of a New Formula Based on Hydrolyzed Rice Proteins
The aim of this study is to show the hypoallergenicity of a new thickened rice based formula (TRHF) through a double blind placebo controlled food challenge (DBPCFC), as recommended by the American Academy of Pediatrics, in subjects with IgE-mediated CMA and in subjects with non-IgE-mediated CMA.
Exploring the Effectiveness of Online Self-help for Parents of Children With Food Allergies
This study aims to conduct an initial evaluation of whether online self-help can improve the quality of life of parents of children with food allergies.
FARE Peanut SLIT and Early Tolerance Induction
Primary Objective: To determine if 36 months of peanut SLIT as an early intervention in subjects ages 1 to 4 years induces clinical desensitization. The primary outcome of this objective will be a statistically significant difference in challenge scores between the treatment group versus the placebo group during DBPCFC (Double blind placebo controlled food challenge) performed after 36 months of peanut SLIT (desensitization). A secondary outcome of this objective will be a statistically significant difference in the challenge score of the treatment group versus the placebo group during the DBPCFC performed 3 months after discontinuing...
Fibrostenotic Eosinophilic Esophagitis: Assessment Tools
This protocol addresses a central hypothesis that fibrostenotic Eosinophilic Esophagitis (EoE) is characterized by abnormal esophageal structure and compliance compared to non fibrostenotic EoE and that distinctive cellular and molecular profiles predict the fibrostenotic phenotype. This study aims to define and assess the changes that occur in the structure and dynamics of the esophageal wall in pediatric Eosinophilic Esophagitis along with characterizing the histologic and molecular patterns in fibrostenotic EoE.
Follow up of LEAP Participants and Their Families
This prospective, cross-sectional study is designed to improve understanding of how early-life introduction of peanuts may promote the development of tolerance at 12 years of age and will serve as an additional safety evaluation of this nutritional intervention.
Follow-up of the EPITOPE Study to Evaluate Long-term Efficacy and Safety of DBV712 in Young Children
Open-label, follow-up study for subjects who completed the EPITOPE study.