Education for Professionals
What We Evaluate
The following allergic disorders are seen in our clinic, and we welcome the referral of patients to us for evaluation.
- Allergic asthma
- Allergic rhinitis/ Allergic conjunctivitis
- Atopic dermatitis (eczema)
- Food sensitivities
- Drug allergy or drug sensitivities
- Insect sting allergy
- Urticaria (hives)
- Angioedema (Allergic, idiopathic, hereditary angioedema)
- Latex allergy
The following references are provided for professional when they are considering referrals of their patients to allergy clinic.
- Allergy Testing in Children: Which test when?
(Huang SW. In Consultant for Pediatricians 2010;8:93-102)
- Allergic Rhinitis: Update on diagnosis
(Huang SW. In Consultant for Pediatricians 2012:11:129-133)
- Allergic Rhinitis: A review of therapeutic choices
(Huang SW. In Consultant for Pediatricians 2012;11:159-162)
- The wheezing child: Candidate for allergy work-up?
(Huang SW. In The Journal of Respiratory Diseases. 1998;19:765-773)
- Study of skin rashes after antibiotic use in young children
(Huang SW. Borum PR. Clin Pediatr 1998; 37:601-608)
- Mold allergy is a risk factor for persistent cold-like symptoms in children.
(Huang SW, Kimbrough JW: Clin Pediatr 1997;36:695-700)
- The Risk of Sinusitis in Children with Allergic Rhinitis
(Huang SW. Allergy and Asthma Proc 2000;21:85-88)
- The Risk of Adenoid Hypertrophy in children with allergic Rhinitis
(Huang SW. Giannoni C. Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol 2001;87:350-355)
- Follow-up of Chidlren with rhinitis and Cough associated with Milk Allergy.
(Huang SW. Pediatr Allergy Immunol 2007;18:81-85)
- Rapid diagnosis of Bacterial Sinusitis in Patients using a simple test of Nasal Secretions.
(Huang SW, Small PA. Allergy Asthma Proc 2008;29:640-643)