Quality Forum: Understanding Food Allergy Testing (Part 1)

The Children’s Care Network (in Atlanta) has recently shared its Spring 2022 Clinical Quality Forum. Following is the link to the video recording. The poll during the live presentation is not active for the recording.

Some of the slides that I think are most helpful are shown below (used with permission). The first part of content is from Dr. Gerry Lee which describes best practices for selecting patients for Food Allergen IgE testing:

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