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Immunotherapy with honeybee venom and yellow jacket venom is different regarding efficacy and safety.
Venom immunotherapy (VIT) for Hymenoptera allergy is accepted as safe and effective. However, widely varying success rates and frequencies of side effects are reported. Differences between variousExpand
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Honeybee venom allergy: results of a sting challenge 1 year after stopping successful venom immunotherapy in 86 patients.
In 86 patients with a history of severe systemic reactions (SRs) to honeybee stings confirmed by a positive skin test and/or RAST to honeybee venom (HBV), immunotherapy (IT) with HBV was stoppedExpand
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Premedication with antihistamines may enhance efficacy of specific-allergen immunotherapy.
BACKGROUND Antihistamine premedication has been used to increase safety of specific-allergen immunotherapy. Its influence on the efficacy of this treatment has not been studied so far. OBJECTIVEExpand
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Reduction of side effects from rush‐immunotherapy with honey bee venom by pretreatment with terfenadine
In a double‐blind placebo‐controlled trial on 52 patients with bee venom allergy we studied the effect of a pretreatment with terfenadine 120 mg twice daily on the occurrence of local and systemicExpand
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Allergy to honey: relation to pollen and honey bee allergy
To identify the allergenic components of honey we studied 22 patients with a history of systemic allergic symptoms following honey ingestion. The group of honey‐allergic patients was compared withExpand
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Weil's disease after a rat bite.
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Hp Customer Case Study: Ri-solution Gmbh Completely Modernises Its Customer Baywa's It Environment with Hp Converged Infrastructure
BayWa Group enjoys increased performance and stable costs with new IT infrastructure " Our system management has been significantly simplified through the consistent implementation enabled by bladeExpand