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Madrid prominent allergist with over 20 years experience in the most advanced diagnosis and treatment of immunological diseases techniques. Dr. Vigaray is responsible for Allergology Unit of Beata María Ana Hospital in Madrid and medical director of Foodcare.
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• More than 20 years of experience• Head of Allergology Unit of Hospital Beata María Ana de Madrid (Catholic Hospital de Madrid) (2010-present)
• 1st service manager and collaborator of Allergy Service of the Hospital and campus Moraleja Sanitas Madrid (2008-present)• medical director of Foodcare• Allergist and Medical Director of Clinical ALDER Madrid (1997-2010)• Optional Area Specialist in the Clinical Hospital of San Carlos and the Hospital de Alcorcón (1997-1999) Foundation ...
• Bachelor of Medicine and Surgery, Faculty of Medicine of the Complutense University of Madrid (1986-1992)• Specialist Allergy and Clinical Immunology MIR in the Clinical Hospital San Carlos (1993-1996)
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• Preferred line of research and health care areas: respiratory allergy fungal children; Adverse drug reactions; Adverse food and food components (allergy and intolerance) reactions
• Member of the Spanish Society of Allergology and Clinical Immunology (SEAIC)• Member of the European Academy of Allergy and Clinical Immunology (EAACI)
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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 ...).
Asthma (or asthma) is a lung disease caused by inflammation and narrowing of the bronchial mucosa, which prevents proper outlet air from the lungs. ItAsthma (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.
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 w 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. ...
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.
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.
The aerosol therapy is a technique of drug delivery by inhalation using a nebulizer mask or a spacer. The first is used in clinics and hospitals, while the second the patient can use anywhere. In addition, the spacer is most commonly used to treat diseases such as bronchitis, respiratory infections, asthma, cystic fibrosis or cancer processes. The use of this camera is simple and consists of inhalation through the mouth of the indicated dose of medication by pressing the inhaler containing the drug. Currently, there are several drugs that are administered in this way but the most common are antibiotics, bronchodilators, corticosteroids, or antivirals, etc.
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.
Allergies are one of the most common diseases in society today, and involve the immune system reaction to certain substances or elements of nature. The most common allergies are usually mites pollen. The mite allergy is one of the most difficult to treat because the mites are always present in our daily lives, especially in house dust, and settle in many places (carpets, soft toys, mattresses ...), causing a range of respiratory distress (rhinitis and asthma) and conjunctivitis. To mitigate the effects of dust allergy you should avoid moisture and ventilate rooms and the vents clean furnace filters and air conditioning.
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 ...
The intradermal test is one of the tests performed to detect the substance or allergen to which a patient has an allergic reaction. Usually it has done when testing skin puncture is negative but is still suspected the possibility of being allergic to a particular allergen. The intradermal test involves injecting small amounts of the substances or allergens under the skin of the patient. The results can be obtained in a period of between 10 and 30 minutes, checking if clear symptoms that confirm an allergic reaction in the form of small hive with swelling and redness occurs. This test typically provide convincing and reliable results.
Patch testing is one of the most diagnostic tests performed for the detection of allergies and more specifically, to establish the causes of atopic dermatitis. It is a test in which the allergen that can be applied to sensitive skin, taking into account the most common such diseases and those that the patient is usually more exposed. The most common place where the patch test is performed is the top of the back, where a few patches on the skin are set for 48 hours. During that time you should not sunbathe or performing certain sports to prevent sweating and alter the outcome of patch testing. He spent that period, will retire and reading test will be performed, although it is not confirmed whether it has caused allergic reaction until after another 48 hours.
The prick test allergy tests are carried out on the skin in order to find the cause substance of said reaction in the patient. The procedure consists in applying to the skin, in this case on the forearm or back, a small dose of the element that is seen as the cause of the allergy (called the allergen) and, if the patient experiences a reaction to the allergen, the result will be that person experiences an allergy to that substance. The prick test method to diagnose allergic drug (antibiotics, anesthetics ...), pollens, dust mites, cat and dog dander, fungi, animal or plant foods, latex, insect tissues, among many other substances reactions. This technique is performed in a single visit to the allergist, and skin effects are usually mild itching or the appearance of a papule at the puncture. Results are obtained within 15 minutes of the test.
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