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|Eligible Ages||12 Years - 40 Years|
- - Age 12 - 40 years old.
- - History of Immunoglobulin E-mediated shrimp allergy > 3 episode/year or disturb quality of life.
- - Positive oral food challenge test for shrimp.
- - History of shrimp anaphylaxis (include cardiovascular or neurological symptoms) - Shellfish dependent exercise induced anaphylaxis.
- - History of cardiovascular disease, uncontrolled asthma, severe atopic dermatitis.
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|Punchama Pacharn, MD|
|Principal Investigator Affiliation||Mahidol University|
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|Allergy to Shrimp, Immunotherapy|
All subject in this study were sensitized to shrimp. All patient was clinically evaluated, with focus on shrimp allergy by medical history, medical examination and gold standard oral food challenge test. Compare oral immunotherapy to shrimp and shrimp avoidance. Blood sample was taken for baseline determination of immunoglobulin E antibodies to shrimp. The primary outcome was the specific immunoglobulin E antibodies to shrimp,Immunoglobulin G4 and immunoblot analysis in case that oral immunotherapy.
Experimental: Shrimp allergy with Intend to eat shrimp
Case shrimp Immunoglobulin E mediated allergy and intend to eat shrimp and start oral immunotherapy for shrimp
No Intervention: Shrimp allergy with avoid shrimp
Case shrimp allergy with avoid shrimp
Other: - shrimp allergy with intend to eat shrimp
shrimp allergy with intend to eat shrimp and treat with oral immunotherapy
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