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...FOR, MEDICAL ADVICE, DIAGNOSIS OR TREATMENT. THE NUTRICIA DIGITAL PROPERTIES, INCLUDING THE MATERIAL AND ANY RELATED SERVICES OR INFORMATION, DOES NOT CONSTITUTE THE PRACTICE OF ANY MEDICAL, NURSING OR OTHER PROFESSIONAL HEALTH CARE ADVICE, DIAGNOSIS OR TREATMENT. ALWAYS SEEK THE ADVICE OF A PHYSICIAN OR OTHER QUALIFIED HEALTH CARE PROVIDER WITH ANY QUESTIONS REGARDING PERSONAL HEALTH OR MEDICAL CONDITIONS. IF YOU HAVE OR SUSPECT THAT YOU HAVE A MEDICAL PROBLEM OR CONDITION, PLEASE CONTACT A...
01/07/2014
...self-injectable epinephrine prescribed and immediately available? Anyone with a history of anaphylaxis or at risk for anaphylaxis absolutely needs to have epinephrine available at all times in case of accidental ingestion. Many times your pediatrician may feel more comfortable referring you to an Allergist to help provide an accurate diagnosis and management plan. This should be someone who is board certified in Allergy/Immunology and experienced in caring for children. These are just a few things...
02/05/2014
...the macronutrients (i.e., protein, fat, carbohydrate), and the products retain the same hypoallergenic properties as before. Since then, for more than a year, thousands of children have continued to thrive on Neocate Junior with improved vitamins and minerals for their daily nutrition. We have been working with the family and physician of one child having tolerability difficulties with the upgraded product to support them in finding a solution that addresses the child’s individual medical diagnosis...
A Mother’s Tale: Learning About My Baby’s Milk Allergy
...in age. The vitamins and nutrients were plentiful enough that our doctor wanted to give her body enough time to prepare for an introduction of the cow’s milk protein. It ended up that she had no intolerance to milk. I saved the extra cans just in case. I felt a sense of security with them in the house despite the fact that she was doing great. When my daughter turned two, I gave birth to...
05/24/2016
...(Unsure what cross-reactions are? Read Food Allergies and Cross-Reactivity – Do You Have to Avoid Related Foods?) Don’t forget to include in your records ingredients of an item consumed, note brand names used and quantities eaten. Additional items you can track in your journal: Formula, breast milk and other liquids Food preparation type – Homemade or pre-packaged? Raw or Cooked? Fried or Baked? Medications/Vitamins taken Symptoms observed – Severity, how soon after eating they showed...
12/16/2020
...eHF manages symptoms for most infants with CMA (at least 90% of uncomplicated cases3,4), whereas AAFs are usually used for more severe cases or after an eHF “fails” to fully improve symptoms. But food allergies pose significant burdens and diagnosis can be delayed.5 It’s no wonder many caregivers want to see symptoms managed quickly and often ask you for the surest option first. Sometimes, the evidence and guidelines support choosing an AAF first-line. Let’s review...
   
 
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