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AllergiEnd® Testing System

Diagnostic Tests for Allergic Diseases

AllergiEnd® provides everything you need to safely and efficiently perform

allergy diagnostic testing in your office without error, waste or excessive

time for your staff, including:

• FDA cleared test apparatus;

• Access to FDA cleared allergens, supplied by the leading world

suppliers of allergen extracts;

• Test reports made for error free recording;

• Complete staff training and certification;

• Educational patient literature.

Allergic diseases are common clinical problems. A patient’s clinical history drives the diagnosis of

allergic disease. Once the history and physical examination provide an indication of IgE-mediated

disease, allergy skin testing is strongly indicated to confirm the allergy trigger.

However, there are some instances where skin testing, while the preferred diagnostic standard, is not

able to be performed or the test results appear to be negative. The following are examples where skin

testing is inappropriate or where false readings are very likely;

• Patients unable to discontinue antihistamines or other medications that may

interfere or are contraindicated with skin testing

• Patients with extensive dermatitis/dermatographia

• Patients with an anaphylactic sensitivity to foods

• Pregnant women

• Infants and children not expected to tolerate skin testing

• A negative response to the positive control (histamine)

• A negative or inconclusive test result conflicting with clinical history and physical

examination.

In these situations, a specific IgE allergen blood test should be used to confirm the allergen trigger

to assist in formulating your treatment method, whether allergen immunotherapy treatment plans or

avoidance strategies.

Certain ‘risky’ allergens such as stinging insects, shellfish, peanuts and latex are offered through

a safe blood test to remove risk of systemic reactions in your office.

REFERENCE
1. Cox L, et al. Pearls and pitfalls of allergy diagnostic testing: report from the American College of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology/ American Academy
of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Specific IgE Test Task Force. Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol. 2008;101:580-92
2. Slavin G. R, and Reisman E. R,. Expert Guide to Allergy and Immunology. American College of Physicians 1999.

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