Use of baked milk challenges and milk ladders in clinical practice: a worldwide survey of healthcare professionals

Panagiota Athanasopoulou, Elena Deligianni, Taraneh Dean, Ann Dewey, Carina Venter

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Abstract

In previous years, the cornerstone of the management of Cow's Milk Allergy (CMA) was solely based on the strict avoidance of all cow's milk (CM) and foods containing CM from the patient's diet [1]. More recently, the importance of baked milk (BM) introduction into the diet of children with CMA has become well-recognised as a part of CMA management. Current research suggests that 75% of children become tolerant to baked/heated forms of CM such as muffin and waffles before they become tolerant to pure/uncooked forms of CM [2].
Original languageEnglish
JournalClinical & Experimental Allergy
Early online date21 Jan 2017
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Publication statusEarly online - 21 Jan 2017

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