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Knowing what to expect from your GP or other healthcare professional following an allergic reaction, or suspicion of an allergy, will help to identify what is causing the allergy, treat the symptoms and protect patients from future attacks.

Anaphylaxis UK has launched a website to lead patients the appropriate steps that should be taken to ensure a patient receives the appropriate information, treatment and management advice from healthcare professionals. This tool will focus on severe immediate onset allergic reactions. http://aimallergy.co.uk/

The information provided is based on the recent National Institute for Health and Care Excellence (NICE) Guideline for diagnosis and assessment of food allergy in children and young people in primary care and community settings.  Most of the information is also relevant for adults.


Tags: Category: News,Member news
Country: United Kingdom
Disease area: Food allergy
Theme: Healthcare