Skin Endpoint Titration / Edition 2

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This how-to manual on skin endpoint titration features coverage of the history of skin testing and evolution of skin endpoint titration; whealing responses; preparations for skin endpoint titration in an office setting; antigen choice for testing; immunotherapy dosage based on skin endpoint titration; vial preparation based on skin endpoint titration results; and emergencies in the allergy office. The 2nd edition incorporates the new products currently on the market as well as the new mandated treatment/infection control procedures mandated by the "Occupational Safety and Health Administration (OSHA)" The main features of this "how-to manual":
* Preparing to do skin endpoint titration in an office setting
* History of skin testing and evolution of skin endpoint titration
* Whealing responses
* Antigen choice for testing
* Technique of skin endpoint titration
* Vial preparation based on skin endpoint titration results
* Immunotherapy dosage based on skin endpoint titration
* Emergencies in the allergy office
* Appendices: Glossary, patient information, pollen guide (21 pages)

Incl. history of skin testing/whealing responses/antigen choice for testing/immunotherapy dosage/vial preparation/etc

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Table of Contents

Preface to the Second Edition
Preface to the First Edition
1 Preparing to Do Skin Endpoint Titration in an Office Setting 1
2 History of Skin Testing and Evolution of Skin Endpoint Titration 14
3 Whealing Responses 19
4 Antigen Choice for Testing 26
5 Technique of Skin Endpoint Titration 32
6 Vial Preparation Based on Skin Endpoint Titration Results 37
7 Immunotherapy Dosage Based on Skin Endpoint Titration 42
8 Emergencies in the Allergy Office 46
Appendix 1: Glossary 55
Appendix 2: Patient Information 60
Appendix 3: Pollen Guide 74
Index 95
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