Pediatric Allergy

Pediatric sensitivity and immunology is the clinical specialty focused on the determination and care of youngsters with sensitivities, asthma, dermatitis, and different kinds of resistant framework problems and issues. In order to lessen the frequency and severity of symptoms and reactions in children, pediatric allergist-immunologists may intervene with preventive and therapeutic measures.

Their primary focus is on determining the factors that contribute to and are triggered by illnesses in children. The eyes, ears, nose, mouth, lungs, and skin of children can all be affected by allergic reactions to pollen, dust mites, pet dander, food, medications, and insect bites. Red or teary eyes, runny nose, sneezing, mouth and throat itching, wheezing, eczema, and hives are all signs of allergies.


Track 3.1 Skin Allergies

Track 3.2 Food Allergies

Track 3.3 Significant Allergic Reactions

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