Drug therapy

Drugs, the drugs used for the prevention of allergies to milk and relief of symptoms. However, the effectiveness of drugs is insufficient, if the diet is not excluded allergens.

Symptomatic treatment
The choice of drugs for the flow of those or other allergic diseases depends on the individual patient and determined the type and duration of symptoms. Severe reactions are best avoided by epinephrine, aminophylline, antihistamines, or a combination of these medicines. In acute anaphylaxis these drugs are administered parenterally, it is necessary to supervise breath, and type IV fluid; in addition, you may need the introduction vazopressornah amines. Rhinitis and itching usually respond to treatment with antihistamines taken per os. In severe forms of atopic dermatitis effectively treated with corticosteroids applied topically or orally. Oral administration of corticosteroids and antihistamines accelerates the recovery of patients with due milk gastroenteropatii.

Treatment of complications
In patients with persistent vomiting and diarrhea, loss of fluid and evolving electrolyte imbalance; correction of these changes is of paramount importance. If the patient cannot tolerate oral power for more than 1 week, it must be translated into injecting liquid and intravenous nutrition. Sometimes the patient need to be fed that way for quite a long time - until, until recovery and the maturation of the intestinal mucosa to a state in which oral administration of mixtures with a low allergenic properties will not cause adverse reactions. Related primary diagnosis of infectious diseases are treated with appropriate antibiotics. For such children need regular monitoring, including monitoring of their nutrition and growth up to a full recovery; in some cases it takes months or years. The treatment of the developed anemia is mainly iron supplementation; in some cases, you may need additional introduction of vitamin C and folic acid.

  • Drugs for prevention of allergic reactions