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Food Allergy Research & Education's Chief Medical Advisor Publishes New Guidance to Treat Patients Experiencing 'Anaphylaxis' amid the Spread of 'COVID-19'


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WHILE THE CORONAVIRUS-PANDEMIC TRULY AFFECTS EVERYONE, IT CAN HAVE A LARGER IMPACT ON THOSE WITH A FOOD-ALLERGY.  DOCTOR TOM CASALE ["CAS-ALL-AY"] IS THE CHIEF MEDICAL-ADVISOR AT "FOOD-ALLERGY RESEARCH AND EDUCATION"--OR "FARE"...

(CASALE):
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'COVID-19' IS AT THE TOP OF EVERYONE'S MIND.  HOWEVER, THAT MIGHT BE ESPECIALLY TRUE FOR THE 32-MILLION AMERICANS WHO LIVE WITH A FOOD-ALLERGY.  AS DOCTORS, WE USUALLY INSTRUCT PATIENTS WHO ARE EXPERIENCING 'ANAPHYLAXIS' TO SEEK EMERGENCY MEDICAL-CARE, IMMEDIATELY AFTER INJECTING 'EPINEPHRINE'.  BUT, THESE AREN'T USUAL TIMES--AS PEOPLE ARE FEARFUL TO VISIT AN 'EMERGENCY'-DEPARTMENT OR 'URGENT CARE'.  I'VE JUST PUBLISHED A PAPER IN 'THE JOURNAL OF ALLERGY AND CLINICAL IMMUNOLOGY: IN PRACTICE' THAT BREAKS DOWN A NEW ALGORITHM FOR AT-HOME CARE FOR 'ANAPHYLAXIS'--INSTEAD OF GOING TO THE 'EMERGENCY'-DEPARTMENT.  STILL, THIS ISN'T FOR EVERYONE:  ALL PATIENTS SHOULD FIRST CONSULT THEIR HEALTHCARE-PROVIDER, TO DETERMINE THE BEST COURSE FOR THEM."

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TO LEARN MORE, VISIT "FOOD-ALLERGY"-DOT-ORG; THAT'S "FOOD-ALLERGY"-DOT-ORG.



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