The third edition of Pediatric Allergy continues this title's steadfast tradition of providing comprehensive, authoritative guidance on the day-to-day diagnosis and management of pediatric allergic and immunologic diseases. You'll have the most up-to-date research at hand thanks to an easily accessible full-color format that highlights a host of new chapters, extensive updates, and clinically focused coverage. Whether you're a student, resident, pediatrician or allergist, you'll appreciate this user-friendly and versatile source for providing optimal care!
Includes diagnostic tests available for asthma, upper respiratory allergy, and more.
Equips you with an understanding of the immune mechanisms underlying allergic diseases.
Features coverage of drug allergies and cross-reactivity.
Highlights clinical pearls discussing the best approaches to the care and treatment of pediatric patients.
Appendices listing common food allergies and autoantibodies in autoimmune diseases make for quick reference to essential material.
Revised asthma section examines current asthma guidelines; school-centered asthma programs; exercise-induced asthma; and new directions in asthma therapy.
Includes the most current knowledge relating to emerging asthma within young children, medication adherence, and the impact of infection on the natural history of asthma.
New information on gene therapy, stem-cell therapy, and a host of new immunodeficiency diseases helps you obtain the best results from the therapeutics for pediatric allergic and immunologic diseases.
Features brand-new chapters on immunopathology; diagnostics and management; potential immunotherapeutic strategies for treating food allergies; current status of immunotherapy for food allergy; and biologic therapies.
Focused coverage of today's hot topics in pediatric allergy includes the use of targeted biologics to treat specific activation pathways leading to severe allergic diseases; defects of innate immunity; rheumatic diseases of childhood; and inflammatory disorders.
Discusses new studies examining potential etiologies for the increase in food allergy and examines potential immunotherapeutic strategies for treating food allergies.
New evidence-based principles of medical care help you make the best use of available medications for your patients.
|Yazar(lar)||Donald Y. M. Leung, Stanley J. Szefler, Francisco A Bonilla, Cezmi A Akdis, Hugh Sampson|