Dra. Marisol Hernández Quiles
• More than 15 years of experience• Head of the Allergy Unit Hospital Virgen del Mar Almeria and Almería Adeslas Medical Center (2005-present) • Optional Area Specialist (FEA) at the Hospital Virgen del Valle de Toledo and the Hospital de Alcorcón (FHA) Foundation (Madrid) (2002-2004) ...
• Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery at the University of Alicante• Allergy specialist at the Hospital of Toledo (2002) • Continuing education through accredited courses within the Training Program of the Spanish Society of Allergy and Clinical Immunology ...
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• Author and contributor of book chapters, scientific articles and communications to national congresses of the specialty
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Allergic reactions are hypersensitive to patient contact with certain chemicals or particles answers. The substance that causes this reaction is call Allergic reactions are hypersensitive to patient contact with certain chemicals or particles answers. The substance that causes this reaction is called an allergen. When the patient contact with the allergic substance occurs, the first thing that happens is that the immune system responds by automatically releasing large numbers of antibodies called IgE (immunoglobulin E). But after a long period of exposure to the allergen, the allergic reaction is materialized. The causes of allergies are varied (seller's genetic tendency to allergies), and types (foods, pollen, animals, dust mites, insect bites, etc.). Treatment depends on the type of allergy, but the most common solution is vaccination. To diagnose allergic reactions it is customary to use allergy testing, blood tests or other tests follow. ...
Allergic rhinitis is characterized by the presence of typical symptoms of a cold: sneezing, itchy nose, feeling stuffy or runny nose, runny nose, Allergic rhinitis is characterized by the presence of typical symptoms of a cold: sneezing, itchy nose, feeling stuffy or runny nose, runny nose, loss of smell and conjunctivitis. The person suffering from this condition may develop asthma later on, when they start to appear some of its symptoms: dry cough, breathlessness, chest sounds ... There is a possibility that allergic rhinitis manifested sporadically produced by the seasonal changes (pollen allergy, for example), or recurring, with a difference of intensity in the expression of their symptoms. The most common cause of this disease is allergic to any substance as dust mites, pollen or hair of some pets, so it is convenient diagnostic skin testing (introducing drops of the allergen to which they may be sensitive about skin and checking the reaction) and blood. If the result shows that there is an allergy, the treatment of allergic rhinitis is based on avoiding contact with what causes the allergy and, as appropriate, administration of appropriate medications (antihistamines, decongestants, allergy shots ...). ...
The allergy is an immune system reaction upon contact with a particular substance. The most common allergies are pollen, fungi, dust mites and dander alos some animals. Allergies have very uncomfortable symptoms, but usually only have serious complications if they finish in asthma. To avoid reactions caused by allergens the best option is to avoid them. There are different allergy treatments such as antihistamines or immunotherapy, allergy shots. ...
Allergy tests are tests used to determine which substances cause an allergic reaction in a person. There are three common methods of skin tests for allergies. First, test puncture of the skin that is placed on the forearm or upper back, a small canditad of substances that may be causing the symptoms on the skin, then the skin is pricked so the allergen it goes under the cutaneous surface and tras15 minutes the reaction was observed for each substance. Second, the intradermal skin test, which involves injecting a small amount of allergen into d ela skin and see if there is any reaction. It is most used to detect allergy to a specific substance. Finally, the patch test, a method for diagnosing the cause of cutaneous reactions that once the substance touches the skin occur. ...
Anaphylaxis, anaphylactic reaction or anaphylactic shock is severe, life-threatening allergic reaction. The symptoms are severe and rapidly throughout the body. It is common in drug allergies, food allergies or mosquito bites ...
Asthma (or asthma) is a lung disease caused by inflammation and narrowing of the bronchial mucosa, which prevents proper outlet air from the lungs. It is characterized by the presence of coughing, wheezing and chest tightness, secretions (phlegm), dyspnea (fatigue and shortness of breath), rhinitis, sneezing, itchy nose, etc. In addition, asthma is in the form of "attacks" or "asthma attacks" and affects the whole population in general, but usually begins in childhood, stage where the disease is highly present in response to certain stimuli that cause allergies (pollen, dust mites, skin particles of some pets, cold air, certain foods or food additives ...). These agents are also triggers, typical of some trades or professions (bakers, farmers, millers, manufacturers of detergents, woodworkers, plastic, laboratory, etc.) occupational asthma. The most effective treatment for this condition is to conduct some diagnostic tests (complete blood analysis, including antibody test certain substances, chest radiography, lung function tests, allergy tests ...) and establish a drug based therapy bronchodilators to open the airways. ...
Dermatitis is an inflammation of the skin, which can generally cause flaking, itching or blisters. There are various types of dermatitis, depending on the cause that originates, although the most common are atopic dermatitis and seborrheic dermatitis. Atopic dermatitis occurs mainly in people with allergies or with relatives who suffer and is associated with other allergic diseases such as conjunctivitis or rhinitis. It usually occurs during the first months of life and is often manifest in the form of redness or crusting on the baby's skin, and itching in specific areas. Instead, seborrheic dermatitis can occur in both adults and children and is characterized by the presence of reddish lesions and peeling of the face or chest. ...
Drug allergies are an immune system response of the organism to certain drugs. The symptoms that occur when there is a drug allergy may be confused with side effects that can cause the product itself. Among the most common symptoms of allergies are hives, itching of the skin and eyes, skin rash and swelling of lips, tongue and face. But if the allergy is aggravated can cause other more obvious symptoms of urgency, and even possible death, such as abdominal pain, confusion, diarrhea, shortness of breath, dizziness, fainting, fast heartbeat, etc. In the case of allergies to sulfa drugs, so prevalent today by the widespread use of these drugs, the most common symptoms are fever and rash on genitals, face and trunk of the patient. ...
Eczema encompasses a range of skin conditions that cause the skin to become red, irritated and itch. Factors that can cause eczema include other diseases, irritating substances, allergies and genetic constitution indiviudal. The most common type of eczema is atopic dermatitis, allergic table leaves dry and itchy skin. It is very common especially in infants and children. ...
Food allergies are immune responses to certain foods such as eggs, nuts, etc. It should be differentiated from food intolerances, in these patient feel unwell after eating a food allergy but may have trouble breathing, throat tightness, cough, hoarseness, vomiting, stomach pain, hives, swelling or decreased tension arterial ...
Food intolerance is an adverse reaction of the body to the intake of certain foods, additives and preservatives that cause the immune system in the formation of antibodies against proteins of certain foodstuffs. Some of the most common foods that cause food intolerance are milk, eggs, some flour and yeast, or nuts. Symptoms or organic manifestations are often cause diarrhea, stomach pain or headaches, acne or skin problems, fatigue ... Instead, a food allergy triggers a much faster reaction in the immune system and dangerous to health (hives , eczema, swelling, difficulty breathing ...), so it is imperative to seek urgent medical help, because in severe cases can even lead to death. Both a type of food reaction or the other, you should consult a doctor to detect which foods cause these reactions and begin treatment, which usually consist in following a diet that avoids the use of substances that cause the problem. ...
Lactose intolerance is a food intolerance that occurs after ingestion of lactose. To digest lactose, the body needs an enzyme called lactase. Lactose intolerance occurs when the small intestine does not produce enough lactase. To diagnose this intolerance can be performed three medical tests: Lactose-hydrogen breath test, lactose tolerance and pH of feces. The only treatment for lactose intolerance is to reduce or avoid your intake. ...
An allergy is a reaction of the body's immune system to certain substances that are ingested, inhaled or touched. The pediatric allergy is one that affects children and only occurs when in contact with the allergen, elapsed stage of newborn. It has a hereditary component and it is advisable observation and prevention before the appearance of the first symptoms and the presence of atopic dermatitis, asthma, predisposition to insect bites or suffer hives, etc. All these signs may indicate that the child is potentially allergic. A comprehensive study by pediatrician and Allergology service hospital help determine if there is such pathology. ...
Penicillin allergy is an overreaction of the immune system to penicillin and related antibiotics. The symptoms of penicillin allergy include hives; rash; and swelling of the lips, tongue or face. Allergic reaction to penicillin is the most severe anaphylactic reaction, may be even fatal. ...
Pollen allergy is seasonal in nature and is caused by pollen grains of grasses, trees and weeds. Symptoms may be reduced by the administration of antihistamines, nasal decongestants and, if required, allergy shots (immunotherapy). ...
Itching is a type of ant or skin irritation. This causes the urge to scratch the affected area, which can be all over or only in one place. The causes of pruritus are several: atopic dermatitis, dry skin, urticaria, sunburn, insect bites or psoriasis, among others. It is very important not to scratch the affected areas. If itching persists is necessary to see a specialist doctor ...
Cough causes are sudden spasmodic contraction of the thoracic cavity. This causes a release of air from the lungs, resulting in the characteristic sound we know as the cough. There are various types, from acute to chronic, and can be dry (which draws air only), production (expectoration occurs) or emetic (vomiting occurs). ...
They are manifestations of the respiratory system to the intolerance of a particular substance, such as dust, pollen, or hair of some animals. The most common manifestations are rhinitis, bronchial asthma and alveolitis. ...
Sinusitis is a condition characterized by inflammation of the sinuses, cavities located behind the forehead, cheeks and eyes. This condition can be caused by an infection (viral or bacterial) or by a fungus and can be divided into acute sinusitis or chronic sinusitis. Symptoms in both cases are the same: pain or pressure in the head, sore throat, stuffy and runny nose, loss of smell, fever, malaise, bad breath and coughing. The difference is that in acute sinusitis symptoms up to four weeks manifested, while chronic symptoms can last more than three months. Usually it sinusitis heals by itself, but may be given antibiotics. Sometimes, the patient may require surgery if the symptoms do not go away with treatment. ...
Solar allergy is a reaction of the skin when exposed to sunlight. Solar allergy is a reaction of the immune system and usually affects people with fair skin, especially children. However, the cause does not lie in the sun, but in the interaction of sunlight with other products (cosmetics, medicines, perfumes, lotions, and even sunscreens), which causes an immune hypersensitivity response. Also, solar allergy may be due to other diseases, such as cirrhosis of the liver or hepatitis, and immune system disorders, among others, such as taking certain medications (contraceptives, antibiotics ...). The most common presenting symptoms are redness, rash (rash, sometimes with vesicles or blisters), and itching. However, the level of involvement and severity of the reaction depends on the skin of each person as well as the exposure time required to trigger the symptoms. Similarly, the doctor will assess what is the best treatment for each case, which may be based on prescription antihistamines and skin preparations or just eliminating the use of certain cosmetics or medications that have caused allergy . ...
Vaccines are a number of drugs used as a preventive measure in the occurrence of diseases and allergies. When germs enter our body, the immune system recognizes them as foreign substances (antigens agents); therefore, the system itself is responsible for putting the production of the required amount of antibodies up to combat these antigens. Based on this process, the vaccines contain weakened or killed antigens that stimulate the immune system to produce antibodies. That way, the body is ready to fight germs or viruses for which you have been vaccinated. In the infant stage an immunization schedule for common diseases (and even some already eradicated in some parts of the world) is planned and every age is assigned the corresponding. For adults a series of seasonal vaccines (such as flu, for example) and a number of compulsory vaccinations before traveling to certain countries in other continents that may involve the risk of transmission of diseases of these areas are established. ...
Allergy to wasp sting or bee sting is a reaction to the poison of these insects. Wasps are usually very aggressive and can remove the sting of the skin where the bite occurred to recover, however bees leave you stuck in the skin, where the venom sac begins a rhythmic contraction of the affected pumps. These bites can be very annoying, depending on the area and the sensitivity of the individual, and in some cases can be even deadly. The most common symptoms that occur after a wasp sting are inflammation and pain in the affected area for more than a day, hives, breathlessness, sags, and instability, symptoms that can lead to anaphylactic reaction should be treated with urgency. The cleanliness of the area and the local cold decrease swelling but this is important to remove the stinger from the skin should be present and go to an emergency room to receive the proper treatment. ...
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