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Medicare/Medicaid Accountable Care Organizations (ACOs) and the Allergist: Some Third Person Decides Your Fate

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Should Pediatricians Test All New Siblings Of Peanut-Allergic Children For Peanut Allergy?

Q. A Pediatric colleague recently posed a question: Should general pediatricians test all new siblings of peanut-allergic children for peanut allergy with specific IgE testing, or send them to an allergist? Is one approach more cost effective than the other? Read more.

A. There are several factors in a personal and family history that have been identified as predictors of food allergy in an infant. Among the family history factors are parents with atopy, siblings with atopy, and siblings with food allergy. Among the personal history factors are the presence of moderate to severe eczema; and the presence of another food allergy, specifically egg allergy. Read more.

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Disclaimer: This advice is not intended to diagnose or treat, but concerns general recommendations; the archived questions and answers may not reflect all of the current knowledge in our field. As always, consult with your own physician.
 
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