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At Allergy Asthma & Immunology Institute, we are committed to providing allergy and asthma relief to patients through effective, personalized care. Dr. Laura Ispas uses knowledge and expertise gained through more than 10 years of allergy and immunology treatment and research to develop treatment options best suited to each patient’s individual needs.
Drug Allergies Treatment
Drug allergies are adverse reactions that come as a result of taking certain medications. These are much more severe than normal side affects and require proper treatment as soon as possible. Like other allergies, drug allergies are a result of the immune system responding to a harmless substance as a threat.
Atopic Dermatitis- Eczema Treatment
Atopic dermatitis, more commonly known as eczema, is a common skin condition often found in children, though adults may also develop the condition. The word “atopic” indicates a likely genetic link that increases one’s likelihood of having a condition. Atopic dermatitis is often an indicator that the patient is at greater risk of developing asthma and/or allergic rhinitis (hay fever).
Treatment for Angioedema
Urticaria, also known as hives or welts, is a skin reaction resulting in reddish marks on your skin.
Angioedema is urticaria related swelling below the surface of your skin and fatty tissue. The condition affects the deeper layers of your skin.
Sinusitis, Sinus Diagnosis and Treatment
Sinusitis, commonly referred to as a sinus infection, is the result of swelling inside empty cavities (sinuses). An estimated 37 million Americans experience a sinus infection each year as a result of common cold, blocked drainage ducts, nasal polyps, and other factors.
Venom Allergy- Insect Allergy Treatment
It is common for people to experience swelling or redness as a result of contact with insect venom, usually through an insect bite. However, some people suffer severe allergic reaction to insect bites and stinging venom. In such people, contact with stinging venom may trigger a life-threatening reaction called anaphylaxis.
Hay Fever Treatment
Allergic rhinitis (commonly known as hay fever) occurs when the immune system mistakes harmless substance (allergens) as a threat and triggers the body’s natural defenses. Histamine is then released by the immune system in response to the allergen.