AAAAI Annual Meeting / WAC 2018

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“Eosinophilic Esophagitis is a Late Manifestation of the Atopic March” (Abstract 274, pg. AB86)

“Venom allergy is increased in alpha-gal allergy: shared environmental or immunologic factors?” (Abstract 627, pg. AB199)

“B Antigen Protects Against the Development of α-Gal-mediated Red Meat Allergy” (Abstract 271, pg. AB230)

“The Association Between Folate/Folic Acid Metabolites and the Development of Food Allergy (FA) in Children” (Abstract 275, pg. AB86)

“Long Term outcome of Peanut Oral Immunotherapy (OIT) in Patients Unable to Reach Maintenance Goal.” (Abstract 750, pg. AB239)

“Persistent Cow’s Milk Allergy is Associated with Decreased Growth: A Longitudinal Study” (Abstract 477, pg. AB150)

“Characteristics, morbidity, and mortality of anaphylaxis-associated admissions to North American PICUs, 2010-2015” (Abstract 470, pg. AB148)

“The Changing Face of Anaphylaxis” (Abstract 479, pg. AB151)

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Allergy/Immunology Drugs

“Effect of inhaled corticosteroids on bone density in patients with asthma” (Abstract 666, pg. AB212)

“Morbidities Associated with Chronic Oral Glucocorticoid Exposure in Children with Asthma: A Real-World Analysis of Medical and Pharmacy Claims” (Abstract 689, pg. AB219)


“The effect of antibiotics in children and adolescent developing asthma and allergic diseases” (Abstract 22, pg. AB8)

Aspirin-Exacerbated Respiratory Disease (AERD)

“A pragmatic analysis of mepolizumab in patients with aspirin-exacerbated respiratory disease” (Abstract 533, pg. AB168)


“Asthma remission in North America: from childhood to adulthood” (Abstract 677, pg. AB215)

“12-year Study of Risk Factors of New-Onset Asthma Among US military service members and Recent Conflicts in Iraq and Afghanistan” (Abstract 609, pg. AB193)

“Asthma in Siblings and Risk for Childhood Asthma” (Abstract 27, pg. AB9)

“Sex Modifies the Association Between Acetaminophen Use and Asthma Among Young Adults: Results from Two Population-Based Studies” (Abstract 26, pg. AB9)

“Sensitization and Exposure to Other Indoor Allergens May Attenuate the Clinical Benefit of Mouse Allergen Reduction Among Mouse-Sensitized Urban Children with Asthma” (Abstract L9, pg. AB401)

Atopic Dermatitis

“Healthy Caregivers and Atopic Dermatitis Patients Share Similar Skin Microbiome” (Abstract L11, pg. AB402)

“Twice Daily Versus Twice Weekly Soak-and-Seal Baths in Pediatric Atopic Dermatitis: A Randomized, Single-blinded, Prospective Cross-over Controlled Trial” (Abstract 411, pg. AB130)

Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome (FPIES)

“Food Protein-Induced Enterocolitis Syndrome (FPIES) is Associated with Increased Risk of Feeding Disorders” (Abstract 419, pg. AB132)


“Recent Trends in Fatalities, Waiting Times, and Use of Epinephrine Auto-Injectors for Subcutaneous Allergen Immunotherapy (SCIT): AAAAI/ACAAI National Surveillance Study 2008-2016” (Abstract L7, pg. AB401)


“Farm Exposure Influences Skin Microbiota In Infancy” (Abstract 276, pg. AB86)

Potential Peanut Allergy Treatments

“Efficacy and Safety of AR101 in Peanut Allergy: Results from a Phase 3, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled Trial (PALISADE)” (Abstract L6, pg. AB400)

“Effect of Epicutaneous Immunotherapy on Inducing Peanut Desensitization in Peanut-Allergic Children: Topline Peanut Epicutaneous Immunotherapy Efficacy and Safety (PEPITES) Randomized Clinical Trial Results” (Abstract L32, pg. AB410)

Rhinitis and Pollen                                

“Associations between Total and Speciated Pollen Counts and Several Morbidity Measures in the Contiguous United States from 2008 to 2015” (Abstract L10, pg. AB402)

“Speciated Pollen Season Parameters, Trends, and Associations with Temperature in the Contiguous United States” (Abstract 287, pg. AB84)

“Association between prenatal vitamin D and child allergic rhinitis” (Abstract 921, pg. AB291)


“Early Life Risk Factors for Chronic Sinusitis: a Longitudinal Birth Cohort Study” (Abstract 291, pg. AB91)