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|Eligible Ages||N/A - 17 Years|
- - age from 0 to 17 years old, - seen in allergologist visit for acute FPIES, due to history of suggestive clinical symptoms, confirmed by the criteria published in 2017 in the JACI (Nowak-Wegrzyn et al, JACI 2017), or by an oral food challenge for diagnosis in the absence of the requested clinical criteria, - affiliated to social security (public healthcare system) - signed consent of one of the parents or the holder of parental authority.
- - Associated pathology that may contraindicate OFC at the discretion of the investigating physician.
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|Food Protein Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome (FPIES)|
Food protein induced enterocolitis syndrome (FPIES), is a non-IgE mediated food allergy (FA) which seems to expand, and occurring in infancy. Prevalence of FPIES is unknown. In 2011, Katz published cumulative incidence of cow 'milk FPIES of 3 per 1000 new-borns, from prospective birth cohort in Israel. The offending food depend on the country, probably in relation to eating habits. Cow's milk (CM) is most commonly incriminated and can lead to a chronic digestive disease or in its acute form with potentially life-threatening vomiting/diarrhoea/dehydration, confusing with anaphylaxis. Rice and oat in US, or fish and egg in France are the solid food most often implicated. This disease is usually unknown by clinicians. Its diagnostic is based on clinical history, and differential diagnosis elimination. In 2017, an international workgroup of American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology published clinical criteria to specify the diagnosis and management. According to this last definition (JACI 2017), patient have to meet the major criterion and at least 3 minor criteria. Major criterion is vomiting in the 1- to 4-h period after ingestion of the suspect food and absence of classic IgE-mediated allergic skin or respiratory symptoms. Minor criteria are : 1. A second (or more) episode of repetitive vomiting after eating the same suspect food, 2. Repetitive vomiting episode 1-4 h after eating a different food. 3. Extreme lethargy with any suspected reaction. 4. Marked pallor with any suspected reaction. 5. Need for emergency department visit with any suspected reaction. 6. Need for intravenous fluid support with any suspected reaction. 7. Diarrhea in 24 h (usually 5-10 h) 8. Hypotension. 9. Hypothermia Skin prick test et IgE antibody are negative except atypical FPIES. Acute management begins with clinical evaluation, then administer normal saline bolus quickly. Parenteral ondansetron can be used to stop vomiting. Nutritional management implicate elimination of the offending foods. Only the oral food challenge in hospital can be done to determine resolution of FPIES after a long time of no symptom. The age of tolerance, depend of the food. The average age of acquiring tolerance for cow's milk changes in the literature, around 8-10 months in Korea, around 1 year in Israel, around 5 years in the United States. There is no data in France on the recovery age of CM-FPIES. However, there is a lack of information in literature for describe the evolution and atypical phenotypes. In addition, no prospective French series has been published to date. Our work is a national prospective study, which will collect news cases of acute FPIES diagnosis in sixteen French centres. Main objective: To determine the rate of acquisition of tolerance by food at 1 year, 2 years, 3 years post inclusion. Secondary objectives:
- - Description of a population of children with newly diagnosed FPIES.
Experimental: FPEIS children
Diagnostic Test: - allergy test
allergy test are oral food challenge , prick test and IgE blood rate
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