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[Derivative allergens as predictors of allergic predisposition in next generations].

Authors
Type
Published Article
Journal
Georgian medical news
Publication Date
Issue
142
Pages
28–35
Identifiers
PMID: 17327630
Source
Medline
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Abstract

Through studding of statistical data was performed the analysis of allergosis sickness rate in Georgia during the last ten years (1998-2004) and was determined the steady rise of allergic illnesses with prevailing bronchial asthma in allergology. Were searched the main reasons for development of allergic illnesses and risk factors that provide formation of allergic disposition among the children, the parents of which were examined and treated in Allergology Clinic of Tbilisi State Medical University in 2004-2005. Among 535 examined adults ill with allergosis 2/5 were ill with bronchial asthma, 20% - with drug allergy, 13% - food-borne allergy, 11% - allergic dermatitis; the group of patients sick with insectallergy appeared the minimum - 1,5%. Among the allergens caused development of allergy is home dust, drug and food-borne allergens. Was determined the significant role of work contact with occupational allergens of patients in formation of allergic diseases among the children: correlative coefficient PR made 2,03 in 95% interval confidence within 1,36 - 3,09. Among the occupational allergens the chemical allergens were predominated (pesticides, synthetic detergents, drugs, dyestuff and dissolvent) - at about 75% from the total number of "guilty" allergens.

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