ALLMedicine™ Hymenoptera Stings Center
Research & Reviews 46 results
PloS One; Bergmann-Hug K, Fricker M et. al.
Sep 8th, 2020 - Sensitization to Hymenoptera venom in patients without a history of systemic allergic reactions to Hymenoptera stings is frequently found and can be due to the presence of specific IgE to cross-reactive carbohydrate determinants (CCD). This study ...
Current Opinion in Allergy and Clinical Immunology; Ruëff F
Aug 2nd, 2020 - Information on the natural history of hypersensitivity reactions is helpful for deciding which patient urgently needs a venom immunotherapy (VIT). The frequency of self-reported systemic allergic reactions (SAR) to Hymenoptera stings is approximat...
PloS One; Tripolt P, Arzt-Gradwohl L et. al.
Apr 16th, 2020 - Large local reactions (LLR) to Hymenoptera stings were considered as IgE-mediated late-phase inflammatory reactions. However, in older studies, most patients with LLR were skin test positive, but only around 50% had detectable sIgE determined by t...
Immunity, Inflammation and Disease; Pucci S, Incorvaia C et. al.
Sep 7th, 2019 - The natural history of large local reactions to Hymenoptera stings allowed to estimate the risk to develop a systemic reaction after an initial large local reaction in about 4% of patients. A recently published study claimed that such risk concern...
Allergy Bilò MB, Martini M et. al.
May 10th, 2019 - Large local reaction to Hymenoptera stings is usually defined as a swelling >10 cm which lasts longer than 24 hours, sometimes associated with erythema, pruritus and blisters. Currently, the risk of subsequent systemic reactions after re-stings is...