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Allergy Treatments

Allergy treatment options include adrenaline (epinephrine) for severe allergic reactions (anaphylaxis), medications (nasal sprays, eye drops, tablets) or allergen immunotherapy for allergic rhinitis (hay fever) and venom immunotherapy for insect allergy.

Allergy management options include avoidance of confirmed allergens (foods, insects or drugs) to prevent severe allergic reactions (anaphylaxis) and allergen minimisation for allergic rhinitis (hay fever).

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Fast Facts about Allergy Treatments 

Fast Facts about Evidence-Based versus Non Evidence-Based Tests and Treatments 

Action, treatment and management plans

ASCIA action, treatment and management plans 

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Allergen Immunotherapy

Oral Immunotherapy (OIT) for Food Allergy

Venom Immunotherapy 

Other treatment and management options

Adrenaline for Treatment of Anaphylaxis 

Allergen Minimisation

Anaphylaxis Checklist for Young Adults - Transitioning from paediatric to adult care

Evidence-Based Versus Non Evidence-Based Tests and Treatments for Allergic Disorders  

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Webpage updated April 2024