Allergy and Asthma Center Drs. Mauriello and Orfan, Board Certified Allergists 2017-08-23T11:51:27Z http://allerdocs.com/feed/atom/ WordPress admin <![CDATA[News Flash!]]> http://allerdocs.com/?p=675 2015-01-21T20:21:38Z 2015-01-21T20:20:38Z According to the ACAAI:

Where Should Allergy Shots Be Given? This type of treatment should be supervised by a specialized physician in a facility equipped with proper staff and equipment to identify and treat adverse reactions to allergy injections. Ideally, immunotherapy should be given in your allergist / immunologist’s office. If this is not possible, your allergist / immunologist should provide the supervising physician with comprehensive instructions about your allergy shot treatments.

Are There Risks? Serious reactions to allergy shots are rare. When they do occur, they require immediate medical attention. Symptoms of an anaphylactic reaction can include swelling in the throat, wheezing or tightness in the chest, nausea and dizziness. Most serious reactions develop within 30 minutes of the allergy injections. This is why it is recommended you wait in your doctor’s office for at least 30 minutes after you receive allergy shots.

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admin <![CDATA[News Flash!]]> http://allerdocs.com.216-70-114-136.8dfb-5ln5.accessdomain.com/?p=474 2015-01-19T14:17:19Z 2014-11-07T19:14:23Z The FDA recently approved oral, sublingual immunotherapy for patients with grass pollen allergy.  This form of immunotherapy is useful only when a person is sensitive to grass pollen alone.  Patients with multiple allergies are not good candidates for this form of treatment.  Sublingual immunotherapy should only be performed with FDA approved extract.  Please consult with a board certified allergist.

 

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admin <![CDATA[Our website]]> http://www.allerdocs.com.php5-14.dfw1-1.websitetestlink.com/?p=339 2014-11-09T16:17:47Z 2014-11-01T21:27:30Z The Allergy & Asthma Center is pleased to share our website, http://www.allerdocs.com.

This site includes the ability for staff to maintain content as well as a blog, allergy news, and social networking links so that information remains fresh and relevant to the patients served by our practice.

For more information about the Allergy & Asthma Center and our services please call us at 301-790-1482.

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admin <![CDATA[Allergies]]> http://www.allerdocs.com.php5-14.dfw1-1.websitetestlink.com/?p=15 2014-11-09T16:19:20Z 2014-10-24T20:50:57Z

Patient education is an important part of good allergy care. Learn more about your condition and treatment options »

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admin <![CDATA[Asthma]]> http://www.allerdocs.com.php5-14.dfw1-1.websitetestlink.com/?p=11 2010-09-01T15:34:19Z 2010-08-24T16:48:19Z

Asthma affects people of both sexes, all ages and all socioeconomic backgrounds. Asthma is one of the five most common chronic illnesses in the United States.

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