Insect Allergology

Insecting allergy can develop at any age and usually manifests after several uneventful stings. The severity of an insect sting reaction varies from person to person. There are three types of reactions- normal, localized and allergic.  A normal reaction will result in pain, swelling, and redness around the sting site. 

The most serious reaction to an insect sting is an allergic one, this condition requires immediate medical attention

  • Hymenoptera Allergy
  • Anaphylaxis
  • Diseases and Injuries
  • Chemicals Involved and Reaction Mechanism in Insect Venom
  • Venom and Anti-Venom Across the World
  • Emergency Preparedness and Response
  • Allergy Prevention and Risk Factors
  • Allergy Epidemiology
  • Risk Factors for Causing Allergy
  • Preventive methods of Different Types of Allergies
  • Treatments and Therapies For Allergy

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