Risk factors for severe food allergy reactions remain unclear

Significant knowledge gaps make it difficult to accurately identify risk factors and predict the severity of allergic reactions to food, according to a review published in Allergy.
Led by Paul J. Turner, PhD, BSc, BM, BCh, MRCPCH, FRACP, reader and clinician scientist in pediatric allergy and clinical immunology, faculty of medicine at National Heart & Lung Institute of Imperial College London, the researchers reviewed 88 studies published between January 2010 and August 2021.
Thirteen of these studies found prior anaphylaxis was not a good predictor in assessing future risk for any

Significant knowledge gaps make it difficult to accurately identify risk factors and predict the severity of allergic reactions to food, according to a review published in Allergy.
Led by Paul J. Turner, PhD, BSc, BM, BCh, MRCPCH, FRACP, reader and clinician scientist in pediatric allergy and clinical immunology, faculty of medicine at National Heart & Lung Institute of Imperial College London, the researchers reviewed 88 studies published between January 2010 and August 2021.
Thirteen of these studies found prior anaphylaxis was not a good predictor in assessing future risk for any