Demystifying IgE-Mediated Cow’s Milk Allergy: Diagnosis and Management: Revised 2021 Update
Cow's milk allergy is a common allergic problem for infants and young children. The clinical presentation is not always straightforward; diagnosis and management of complex cases can be challenging and impact quality of life. This online module is designed to help physicians and other healthcare professionals diagnose and manage cow's milk allergy in their practices.
This is the revised 2021 update to the course originally published in 2018.
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- Allied Health Professionals
Upon completion of this activity, participants should be able to:
- Describe the prevalence and natural history of cow’s milk allergy
- Identify the symptoms seen with IgE-mediated cow’s milk allergy
- Select appropriate diagnostic tools and interpret test results to make an accurate diagnosis of cow’s milk allergy
- Outline effective strategies for practical management of cow’s milk avoidance
- Explain the nutritional risks of cow’s milk allergy
- Demonstrate how to replace the nutrients lost on the milk elimination diet through appropriate substitution
Aikaterini Anagnostou, MD PhD
Texas Children's Hospital, Houston, TX
Relevant relationships: None
Raquel Durban, MS RD CSP LDN
Asthma & Allergy Specialists, PA, Charlotte, NC
Relevant relationships: None
Marion Groetch, MS RDN
Mount Sinai School of Medicine, New York, NY
Relevant relationships: Speaker: Nutricia North America, Mead Johnson
Irene Mikhail, MD
Nationwide Children's Hospital, Columbus, OH
Relevant relationships: None
Thomas Miller, MD FAAAAI
Allergy Associates of Western Michigan, Grandville, MI
Relevant relationships: AstraZeneca: asthma
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