Podcasts

AAAAI PodcastConversations from the World of Allergy

Our podcast series will use different formats to interview thought leaders from the world of allergy and immunology. This podcast is not intended to provide any individual medical advice to our listeners. We do hope that our conversations provide evidence-based information. Any questions pertaining to one’s own health should always be discussed with their personal physician. The AAAAI Find an Allergist is a useful tool to locate a listing of board-certified allergists in your area.

 




Podcast 6: All About Food Allergies: From Diagnosis to TreatmentDr. David Fleischer

Listen to food allergy expert David M. Fleischer, MD, FAAAAI, answer common questions pertaining to food allergy diagnosis, reactions, management, and exciting research regarding treatment options. This episode covers many important areas of discussion and is ideal for patients, medical providers and anyone who is interested in learning more about food allergies.

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Podcast 5: Ask the Researcher: Delabeling Penicillin Allergy Through Oral ChallengesJerschow

Elina Jerschow, MD, FAAAAI, joins the podcast to discuss her latest research study. By giving amoxicillin to patients with a history of reported mild reactions to penicillin, Dr. Jerschow demonstrated that 97% of patients could safely receive penicillin again. This is a useful episode for allergists, primary care providers and anyone with their own suspected penicillin allergy.

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Podcast 4: Penicillin Allergies: Over-diagnosed and Under-addressedBlumenthal

Are you among the 10% of the population who report having a penicillin allergy? This patient centered episode discusses why 90% of those who report a penicillin allergy are not truly allergic. Listen to expert Kimberly G. Blumenthal, MD, MSc, FAAAAI, discuss the complicated reasons why penicillin allergies are over-reported and the many ways in which this can be addressed. This information packed episode is useful for patients, the general public and medical professionals.

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Episode 3: Navigating the Holiday Season with Asthma and AllergiesGrayson

Travel, exposure to winter triggers and inconsistent use of medications can all cause asthma and allergy symptoms to flare around the holidays. In this patient-centered podcast, Mitchell H. Grayson, MD, FAAAAI, provides useful information and practical tips to make sure everyone's holiday season is filled with fun instead of sniffles.

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Episode 2: James T. Li, MD, PhD, FAAAAI, Discusses the Risks and Benefits of Primatene MistDr. Jim Li

In this special Hot Topics episode, AAAAI Past President James T. Li, MD, FAAAAI, discusses the new Food and Drug Administration approval of over-the-counter Primatene Mist for treatment of mild, intermittent asthma. If you have asthma or questions about asthma medications, you won't want to miss this informative episode. Listen to hear Dr. Li discuss the issues surrounding why Primatene Mist was removed from the market, why it is now back and important information surrounding asthma management.

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Episode 1: Reflections on the Shifting Paradigm Surrounding Food Allergy Diagnosis and Management with AAAAI President Robert A. Wood, MD, FAAAAI

WoodIn this inaugural episode, AAAAI President Robert A. Wood, MD, FAAAAI, discusses important aspects of food allergy diagnosis and management. He reviews important research breakthroughs over the past decade as well as areas of unmet needs. In discussing his presidential initiatives, Dr. Wood offers practical tips that allergists can immediately implement into practice.

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Stukus

All podcasts are moderated by AAAAI Social Media Medical Editor, David Stukus, MD, FAAAAI. Stukus received his undergraduate and medical degrees from the University of Pittsburgh. He completed his pediatric residency and chief residency at Nationwide Children’s Hospital in Columbus, Ohio, followed by his fellowship in allergy/immunology at the Cleveland Clinic. He practices at Nationwide Children’s Hospital where he serves as Director of the Complex Asthma Clinic, Director of Quality Improvement for the Division of Allergy and Immunology, and Co-Chair for the annual pediatric asthma conference.




Podcast Terms of Use

The American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI) provides audio content through an RSS feed, online on the website, or on Itunes and Google Play for users to download and listen to via a computer or mobile device. Podcasts are for personal, noncommercial use and cannot be modified. Users are permitted to link to a podcast from another website as long as the links go directly to the AAAAI website. Use of the AAAAI logo or podcast logo is prohibited. Content must not state or infer that the AAAAI endorses or promotes any products or services.

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