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Di Cerbo et al., "Adverse food reactions in dogs due to antibiotic residues in pet food: a preliminary study," Vet Ital, 2018.
At the first visit, 43 children had adverse food reactions, whereas at the end of the study sensitivity to one or more food allergens was found in 38 children.
Elimination trials with specific diets can be done to try to alleviate the symptoms and begin to prove that an adverse food reaction is the cause of the problems.
Table 1 shows the reproducibility of several questions about the adverse food reaction together with the associated Kappa index.
* Food intolerance: an adverse food reaction mediated by a non-immunologic mechanism.
Adverse drug reactions (ADRs), adverse drug interactions (ADIs), and adverse food reactions (AFRs) represent a significant but preventable public health problem.
Among the topics are esophagostomy feeding tubes in dogs and cats, intravenous access for parenteral nutrition in small animals, adverse food reactions, the nutritional management of superficial necrolytic dermatitis in dogs, and nutritional support in exotic animals.
A systematic review of the evidence of reduced allergenicity and clinical benefit of food hydrolysates in dogs with cutaneous adverse food reactions. Veterinary dermatology, v.21, p.32-41, 2010.
Prevalence of adverse food reactions and food allergy among Thai children.
Other antibody tests (IgG, IgM, IgA) have not demonstrated an acceptable correlation with inflammation or clinical symptomatology in adverse food reactions. (5-8)