3303
Molecular IgE Diagnostics in Clinical Practice
Sunday, March 5, 2017: 10:45 AM-12:00 PM
Georgia World Congress Center, Building B, Level 4, Rooms B405-B406
1.25 CME/CE
Symposium
Moderator:
Paolo Matricardi , MD

Learning Objectives:
  1. Discuss the diagnostic value of inhalant allergen components and how they can lead to improved diagnostic answers and advice to the multi-sensitized patient
  2. Describe the diagnostic value of food components and how they can lead to improved diagnostic answers and advice to the patient with food allergies
  3. Discuss recently identified components from bee and wasp venom, lowering limits of quantitation (LoQ) and providing improved specificity in case of IgE sensitizations to hymenoptera venoms
This Session Will Use Audience Response Technology.
10:45 AM
Improved Testing for Inhalant Allergy: Differentiation of Plant Related Cross-Reactivities vs. Primary Sensitizations
Joerg R. Kleine-Tebbe, MD FAAAAI
11:05 AM
Question & Answer
11:10 AM
New Diagnostic Tools for Food Allergy: Potential Benefits Using Single Molecules
Joerg R. Kleine-Tebbe, MD FAAAAI
Handouts
  • 3303-Beyer-Printed Handout.pdf (781.0 kB)
  • 11:30 AM
    Question & Answer
    11:35 AM
    Allergenic Molecules in Hymenoptera Venom Hypersensitivity: Improved Differentiation and Diagnostic Performance Using Single Venom Components
    Thilo Jakob, MD
    11:55 AM
    Question & Answer
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