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Professional burnout and work satisfaction in Spanish allergists: analysis of working conditions in the specialty.
BACKGROUND Burnout is a worrying problem in the medical profession and has proven to be highly prevalent in all the care settings and specialty areas in which it has been studied.We applied 2 widelyExpand
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Cold urticaria associated with acute serologic toxoplasmosis.
Cold urticaria is defined as a urticarial and/or angioedematous reaction of the skin to contact with cold objects, water or air. Types of urticaria associated with infectious diseases, such asExpand
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Anisakis simplex allergy and nephrotic syndrome.
BACKGROUND Anisakis simplex is a helmintic parasite of fish and shellfish that can induce in humans, after consumption, an immunoallergic response with multiorganic affectation, especially cutaneousExpand
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Efficient bibliographic searches on allergology using PubMed.
INTRODUCTION PubMed is the most important of the non-specialized databases on biomedical literature. International and quickly updated is elaborated by the American Government and contains onlyExpand
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Direct patient treatment costs in the Allergology Service of a University Hospital.
Health resources are limited and consequently real cost generators must be identified to optimize resources. In the present article, we describe the structure of the Allergy Unit of the UniversityExpand
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[Adverse reactions to food preservatives].
We relate our experiences about the number of exacerbations that certain food preservatives such as sorbic acid, benzoic acid, sodium benzoate, metabisulfite and sodium nitrate can provoke in 62Expand
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Non-compliance with appointments amongst patients attending an Allergology Clinic, after implementation of an improvement plan.
BACKGROUND Non-compliance is a common cause of failed medical action, contributing to absence of regular check-ups. Our group has already published studies that analyse the level of non-complianceExpand
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[Incidence of adverse reactions to additives. Our experience over 10 years].
No published information exists about the incidence of food additives reactions in the general population. Most studies have been made in patients with urticaria and bronchial asthma. The majority ofExpand
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Determination of eosinophil rate after nasal provocation test in allergic rhinitis diagnosis.
After nasal provocation test in patients with allergic rhinitis, using the allergen they were sensitized to, we have observed: 1) an increase in the percentage of nasal eosinophils after 2, 3, 24 andExpand
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The role of rhinovirus in allergic airway inflammation.
Epidemiological data demonstrate that viral infections are the most important trigger for acute asthma symptoms in children, and this association persists in many adults with asthma. Studies onExpand
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