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EliA Testalgorithmen für die Autoimmundiagnostik
Kompakte Darstellung von Testalgorithmen für die Unterstützung in der Autoimmundiagnostik für alle, die sich im Berufsalltag mit der Autoantikörperdiagnostik beschäftigen.
Let them Eat Cake - Exploring Milk & Egg Allergy
Allergy and immunology expert Anna Nowak-Wegrzyn, MD, PhD discusses her experience with diagnosis and managing egg and milk allergy along with current research to support allergen component testing.
Don’t Underestimate the Impact of Diagnostic Accuracy in Rheumatoid Arthritis
From the value of test accuracy for chronic inflammatory diseases to the differences of various CCP tests used to diagnose rheumatoid arthritis (RA), gain a deeper understanding of RA diagnostics.
Bridging the Care Gap for Celiac Disease and Gluten Related Disorders
As the COVID-19 pandemic evolves, clinicians and laboratories are facing increased challenges for diagnosing and treating patients. Scott Duhaime, MPAS, PA-C, discusses these challenges and more.
Unraveling the Diagnostic Mystery of Alpha-Gal Syndrome
Dr. Thomas Platts-Mills and Gary Falcetano discuss what alpha-Gal syndrome is, why diagnosing it is difficult, and the role ImmunoCAP™ testing can play in diagnosis.
Asthma COVID Webinar
Join Dr. Lakiea Wright and Dr. John Carl to discover the invisible challenges asthma patients are facing during the COVID-19 pandemic, what PCPs can do to help, and best clinical practices.
Soothing the Sting: Exploring Stinging Insect Allergen Components
Allergy experts Dr. David Golden and Dr. James Tracy explore the diagnostic benefits of stinging insect allergen component testing as well as challenges like cross-reactivity and patient management.
A Tough Nut to Crack: Solving the Diagnostic Dilemma of Peanut and Tree Nut Allergy
Food allergy expert and allergist Jacob Kattan, MD, unpacks tree nut and peanut allergies by exploring current research and best practices for diagnosing and managing patients.
Pet Allergy: It’s Not Always the Cat!
Dr. Ann-Marie Schoos takes a look at the importance of testing with allergen components when pet allergies are suspected and why it’s not always the obvious four-legged culprit.
Upper Respiratory Disease Misconceptions
Dr. Michael S. Benninger shares his experience in diagnosing and managing upper respiratory disease, its impact on patients’ lives, and the value of differentiating infection vs. sterile inflammation.
Moving Toward Precision Allergy Diagnostics in the Laboratory
Jessica Murphy, ASCP-certified Medical Technologist, walks through the advantages of bringing component resolved diagnostics to your laboratory and how it can increase the clinical value you offer.
Insect Venom Allergy: Behind the Sting
Join Dr. David Golden as he dives into the world of insects with venom and whether patients should be abuzz with concern after a sting and how clinicians can be more precise in the diagnosis.
Sesame Allergy: Seeds of Knowledge
Join Dr. Jacob Kattan as he discusses why sesame allergies have become top of mind in recent years and what steps clinicians might take to help diagnose (or rule out) a sesame allergy in a patient.
Moving Toward Precision Allergy Diagnostics in the Clinic
Gary Falcetano, PA-C, AE-C, explores the importance of managing allergy in the clinic by using component resolved diagnostics to provide a more detailed picture of what a patient may be sensitized to.
ANA Testing for Connective Tissue Diseases - Can One Size Fit All?
Accurate testing and diagnosis of connective tissue diseases can be challenging due to the uncertainty with existing diagnostic methods. Dr. Henry Homburger and Veena Joy discuss these challenges.
Wheat Allergy: Uncovering the Grain-ularity
Dr. Anna Nowak-Wegrzyn explores the potential importance of specific IgE testing when it comes to uncovering wheat allergies in patients who are struggling with persistent symptoms.
AAOA - Molecular Allergy Diagnostics in Otolaryngology Practice: A Focus on Pet Allergy
Dr. Benninger explores how pet allergen component testing can be a powerful tool used in ENT practices, aiding in accurate allergy diagnoses and optimized patient management.
APAAAI presentation: New Advances in Component Resolved Diagnosis
Gary Falcetano, PA-C, AE-C, dives deep into new advances in allergen component testing as well as how to interpret and use these advances to optimize patient management.
Specific IgE Testing in the Time of COVID-19: A Flexible Approach to Allergy Diagnostics
Dr. Jay Portnoy discuss allergy diagnostics challenges and solutions during COVID-19, including telehealth use and how sIgE testing can provide a diagnostic solution for PCPc and specialists.
ImmunoCAP™ Pet Allergen Component
Join Gary Falcetano as he discusses characteristics, accuracy, test interpretation, challenges faced by HCPs when managing suspected pet allergies, and the benefits of pet allergen component testing.
Is there a gold standard for in vitro diagnosis of Systemic Lupus Erythematosus?
EliA Symposium 2023: Dr Aurora Jurado Roger presents a recent study on dsDNA antibody diagnostics and reviews the different technologies available.
UK NEQAS IIA – Hot Topics & Update
EliA Symposium 2023: Dina Patel gives an overview of the educational work of UK NEQAS and explains problem solving with a real world example.
Pro and Con Debate: Time for a change in ANA Screening?
EliA Symposium 2023: Prof Dr Georg Endler and Dr Jan Damoiseaux discuss if it is time for a change in ANA Screening. A Pro/Con Session on the different screening technologies, solid phase assays like the EliA CTD Screen and immunofluorescence tests with HEp2 cells.
Follow up on the 2019 EULAR/ACR Classification Criteria for Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE)
EliA Symposium 2023: Prof Dr Reinhard Voll explains the evolvement of the SLE classification criteria over the last decades and highlights the follow-up studies to validate the 2019 SLE classification criteria.
CTD patient cases, a report from the clinical routine
EliA Symposium 2023: Dr Silvia Piantoni highlights the importance of serology in four clinical cases of patients with Connective Tissue Diseases.
Strategies for ANA detection
EliA Symposium 2023: Prof Dr Xavier Bossuyt describes the different technologies for ANA detection. He focusses on the differences between Solid-phase assays and Indirect immunofluorescence and reviews the available performance data of the individual tests and the combination of both tests.
Connective Tissue Diseases … other than SLE
EliA Symposium 2023: Prof Dr Ulrich Walker describes the clinical presentation of connective tissue diseases and the value of autoimmune serology in the aid of diagnosis.
Value-added reporting in autoimmune serology
EliA Symposium 2023: Dr Lieve van Hoovels explains the value of likelihood ratios in the reporting of autoimmune serology results. Dr van Hoovels uses several examples like ANA, ANCA and ACPA testing to illustrate the value for clinicians.
Alpha-Gal Component Interpretation Guide
Respiratory Results Interpretation Guide
Pet Allergy Interpretation Guide
Peanut Allergy Interpretation Guide
Milk Allergy Interpretation Guide
Egg Allergy Interpretation Guide
Wheat Allergy Interpretation Guide
Stinging Insect Components Interpretation Guide
Food Allergy Interpretation Guide
Tryptase Interpretation Guide
Wheat Interpretation Guide
Milk Allergy Interpretation Guide
Pet Allergy Interpretation Guide
Egg Allergy Interpretation Guide
Food Allergy Interpretation Guide
Celiac Disease Testing
Autoimmune Rheumatic Disease Testing
Peanut Allergy Interpretation Guide
LR in rheumatoid arthritis: practical application.
16th Dresden Symposium on autoantibodies: Dr. Lieve Van Hoovels explores the issue of the lack of standardization between rheumatoid factor and anti-cyclic citrullinated peptide antibodies tests in rheumatoid arthritis (RA) patients. She highlights the impact this problem has on accurately classifying RA patients. Given that reference materials alone are insufficient to address this unmet need, she discusses how likelihood ratios can provide additional value.
LR in autoimmune diagnostics and beyond. Personal experience with LR in practice.
16th Dresden Symposium on autoantibodies: Prof. Xavier Bossuyt discusses the benefits of using interval-specific likelihood ratios (LR) to harmonize assay results and improve clinical interpretation. He shares his own experiences and highlights feedback from clinicians who have already incorporated LR into their daily practice.
Current landscape of LR: General use of LR in diagnosing currently and future rheumatoid arthritis.
16th Dresden Symposium on autoantibodies: Prof. Kevin Deane provides insights on the practical applications of Likelihood Ratios (LR) in both primary and secondary care settings. He emphasizes the value of LR in not only diagnosing rheumatoid arthritis but also in predicting it at an early stage.
Likelihood ratio in autoimmune diagnostics: Perspectives from a diagnostic manufacturer.
16th Dresden Symposium on autoantibodies: Nina Olschowka explains why it is important for a diagnostic manufacturer to encourage laboratory specialists to report likelihood ratios. As patient advocates, we support any tool that makes the most of our test results and helps to improve autoimmune disease diagnosis.
Value-added reporting in autoimmune serology
Educational webinar. Prof. Xavier Bossuyt discusses the challenges in autoimmune serology testing and introduces likelihood ratios as a tool to overcome these challenges. The webinar covers fundamental concepts of likelihood ratios and provides guidance on implementing LR reporting in clinical practice.
Biomarkers of wheat-related disorders: hot topics and areas of research
The company-sponsored symposium about “Biomarkers of wheat-related disorders” held at the 19th International Celiac Disease Symposium, ICDS, Sorrento, Italy, October 21st, 2022.
EAACI guidelines on the diagnosis of IgE-mediated food allergy – Meet the Experts!
Listen to Prof. Santos and Dr. Riggioni talking about the latest EAACI guidelines, published in October 2023: expert insights, practical recommendations, and real clinical cases for accurate diagnosis of IgE-mediated food allergy and patient-tailored treatment.
Get the full picture of your asthma patients
The asthma and allergy connection.
The full picture of allergy relief in primary care
See how general practitioners, like you, can get the full picture of your patient's allergic rhinitis symptoms.
Do you have the full picture?
Five common misconceptions general physicians and pediatricians may have about allergies.
Upper respiratory symptoms card
Is an ImmunoCAP Specific IgE blood test appropriate? Know which symptoms and patient history to look for.
Get the full picture of upper respiratory symptoms
Four reasons why identifying specific allergen sensitizations is important in primary care.
Quick guide to using ImmunoCAP Specific IgE testing
Get the full picture of your patients’ allergy triggers. See how to confidently order, interpret, and apply ImmunoCAP Specific IgE blood tests to get the full picture.
Understanding the Diagnosis of Antiphospholipid Syndrome and the Associated Challenges
Discuss the laboratory’s role in choosing clinically relevant tests to optimize and aid in the diagnosis of Antiphospholipid Syndrome (APS). You will walk away from our conversation understanding the clinical picture, disease state and diagnosis of APS.
Understanding Adverse Food Reactions: Wheat Allergy vs Celiac Disease
Discuss the various forms of gluten intolerance and the importance of early diagnosis. You will walk away understanding the clinical picture, disease state and diagnosis of celiac disease and gluten-related disorders.
Setting the Standard: Food Allergy Diagnostics with Components
Walk through the advantages of bringing component-resolved diagnostics to your laboratory and how it can increase the clinical value you offer. We will identify the utility of specific IgE testing from whole allergen to component assays.
Connective Tissue Disease: Synergy in Diagnostic Testing
Understand how accurate testing and diagnosis for connective tissue diseases (CTDs) can be challenging, thanks to significant uncertainty with existing diagnostic methods. Tests with low specificity cannot adequately differentiate between disease states, and often produce false positive results. Could the solution to improve ANA testing for CTDs include defined test markers with Phadia instruments?
Autoimmune Diagnostics Conundrum
Recognize the difference and importance of knowing the sources of your antigens when testing for autoimmune diseases. You will leave the discussion with a better understanding of the nature of autoimmune diseases and the challenges in diagnosing.
Get the full picture of upper respiratory symptoms
Four reasons why identifying specific allergen sensitizations is important in primary care.
Get the full picture of your asthma patients
The asthma and allergy connection.
Upper respiratory symptom card
Is an ImmunoCAP Specific IgE blood test appropriate? Know which symptoms and patient history to look for.
Quick guide to using ImmunoCAP Specific IgE testing
Get the full picture of your patients’ allergy triggers. See how to confidently order
The full picture of allergy relief in primary care
See how general practitioners
Do you have the full picture?
Five common misconceptions general physicians and pediatricians may have about allergies.
Tree Nut Allergy Interpretation Guide
2023 ImmunoDiagnostics Product catalog
Thermo Fisher Scientific is a leading provider of IVD tests for allergy and autoimmune diseases.
Tree Nut Allergy Interpretation Guide
Sesame Allergy Interpretation Guide
Sesame Allergy Interpretation Guide
Do you have the full picture?
Five common misconceptions general physicians and pediatricians may have about allergies.
The full picture of allergy relief in primary care
See how general practitioners, like you, can get the full picture of your patient's allergic rhinitis symptoms.
Get the full picture of upper respiratory symptoms
Four reasons why identifying specific allergen sensitizations is important in primary care.
Maximize Lab Impact: Food Allergy Diagnostics with Allergen Components
Discuss the advantages of adding allergen components to your test menu and how it can maximize lab impact and increase the clinical value you offer. After this webinar, you should have an improved understanding of how specific IgE testing with whole allergens and allergen components paints a clearer picture of causes, risks, and management of symptoms. 
Workflow Optimization: Turning Limited Laboratories into Limitless Potential
Discuss the advantages of consolidating methodologies onto a single automated instrument to maximize space and optimize workflow. After this webinar, you should have an improved understanding of the operational efficiencies of our PhadiaTM Laboratory Systems and their ability to produce accurate, reproducible test results every shift without unnecessary downtime. 
Antiphospholipid Syndrome: Understanding the Challenges in Diagnosis and Implications on Women's Health
Understand the most relevant tests required to accurately diagnose antiphospholipid syndrome (APS), along with the challenges associated with APS markers. We will also discuss how improving the diagnosis of APS and other autoimmune diseases can lead to improved women's health outcomes nationally. After this webinar, you should have an enhanced understanding of clinical presentation, criteria recommended tests, and current diagnostic gaps related to APS. 
Connective Tissue Disease - The Diagnostic Conundrum
Discuss how accurate testing and diagnosis for connective tissue diseases (CTDs) can be challenging, thanks to significant uncertainty with existing diagnostic methods. After this webinar, you should have an improved understanding of the importance for high-quality tests and why diagnostic methods for CTDs are not a one-size-fits-all approach.
Rheumatoid Arthritis: Prioritizing Patient Outcomes
Discuss the various challenges of diagnosis and risks of misdiagnosing rheumatoid arthritis (RA). You will discover which tests are recommended for making a well-informed patient diagnosis. After this webinar, you should have an enhanced understanding of how combining high-quality EliATM rheumatoid arthritis assays using standardized testing profiles may lead to improved patient outcomes.   
High specificity of EliA dsDNA
Combination of IFA with EliA CTD Screen increases the diagnostic value of ANA screening
RF Isotypes add value to routine diagnostics
Eosinophil-Derived Neurotoxin
Eosinophil-Derived Neurotoxin scientific backgrounder. In this document it is explained all the information regarding EDN and its relation to diseases in children and adults.
Allergic Hypersensitivity
Check out our guide for testing allergic hypersensitivity - an adverse exaggerated immune reaction to a protein (or allergen) in our environment, normally harmless to the non-allergic person.
Reduce Asthma Care Gaps
A guide on how to reduce the care gap for patients suffering from asthma.
Choose ImmunoCAPô Specific IgE
The worldwide gold standard in in vitro diagnostics.
EliA Antiphospholipid syndrome (APS) tests
Identify antiphospholipid syndrome (APS) with EliA APS tests​.
EliA DFS70 Test
Discover fully automated test designed for identifying samples that contain DFS70 antibodies. Testing for anti-DFS70 can aid in clinical decision making. ​
EliA SmDP-S test
Discover more about Sm antibodies, which belong to Systemic Lupus Erythematosus (SLE) classification criteria. EliA SmDP -S has been developed with an innovative coating to reach specificity of 98.3%.
EliA Stool Extraction Kit 2 tube
Learn more about optimized stool extraction procedure for EliA Calprotectin 2 test​.
EliA LMK-1 test
Discover flexible and automated testing for Autoimmune Hepatitis (AIH) type 2 with EliA LKM-1 test. Test enables the clinician to improve patients' quality of life.​
Rheumatoid arthritis testing
Learn more about EliA tests available to aid rheumatoid arthritis diagnosis. Combining ACPA/ anti-CCP, RF IgM and RF IgA testing to increase diagnostic confidence in early RA patients.
EliA SARS-CoV-2-Sp1 IgG test
An assay designed to support global efforts to understand the COVID-19 pandemic: EliA SARS-CoV-2-Sp1 IgG test
EliA Stool Extraction Kit plus
Easy and fast sample extraction without centrifugation. To be used with EliA™ Calprotectin 2 test to measure calprotectin in human stool as an aid in the clinical diagnosis of IBD.
EliA test algorithms
Comprehensive overview of test algorithms to support autoimmunity diagnostics with focus on EliA™ tests.
Phadia 250 16-position sample rack
The new 16-position sample rack increases loading capacity of the Phadia™ 250 instrument and extends walk away time.
Video EliA Stool Extraction Kit plus
Easy and fast sample extraction without centrifugation. To be used with EliA™ Calprotectin 2 test to measure calprotectin in human stool as an aid in the clinical diagnosis of IBD.
FDA Cleared Component Menu
A summary sheet of our component test menu.
Go molecular! Part 2: The allergen components
A clinical reference guide to molecular allergy
Go molecular! Part 1: The basics
A clinical reference guide to molecular allergy .
ImmunoCAPô Specific IgE Blood Testing
Simplify allergy management in primary carewith the most widely used specific IgE blood test.
ImmunoCAPô ISAC assay product overview
The ImmunoCAP ISAC assay is the clinically proven solution for investigating puzzling allergies. Clinically relevant, clinically validated and clinically proven test covering 112 allergen components.
ImmunoCAPô Rapidô patient resource
This brochure is intended to be given to patients that have been tested with ImmunoCAP Rapid. It provides background information on every allergen tested, and tips on how to avoid them.
ImmunoCAPô Rapid product overview
ImmunoCAP Rapid is a quick and user-friendly point-of-care test that provides results in 20 minutes. The test supports you in the decision to rule in or rule out allergy.
ImmunoCAPô Tryptase - insect venom allergy
Learn more about how ImmunoCAP Tryptase can help support the clinical assessment of insect venom allergy, need fort therapy and guide venom immunotherapy (VIT) treatment.
ImmunoCAPô Tryptase - mastocytosis
Learn more about how ImmunoCAP Tryptase can help to rule in or out systemic mastocytosis and guide VIT treatment.
Go Molecular! A clinical reference guide to molecular allergy. Part 2: The allergen components
A clinical reference guide to molecular allergy.
Order information for ImmunoCAPô Allergen f449
Order information for ImmunoCAP™ Allergen f449
Toward Earlier Diagnosis Using Combined eHealth Tools in Rheumatology
Publication referred to in our poster "1692 Joint pain assessment scoring tool"
Determination of Autoantibody isotypes in Rheumatoid Arthritis
Publication on the performance of different isotypes of established and novel serologic marker in Rheumatoid Arthritis referred to in poster “1664 Multi-variate approach including serology..."
Recapture the asthma allergy connection
Up to 90% children and 60% adults with asthma have underlying allergies​. Don’t miss out on this connection in your patients, recapture it with ImmunoCAP.
Phadia 1000 System Detailer
Phadia 1000 System Overview.
Phadia 250 System Detailer
Phadia 250 Laboratory System.
United Airway: Knowing the connection between diagnostics, allergy and patient management
Learn about the concept of united airway, rhinitis and asthma, and which aero allergens trigger respiratory diseases. Multi-sensitization, allergen load and exposure reduction will also be discussed.
Integration of in vitro test results for aid in the diagnosis and treatment of allergic patients
Learn about the concept of ratio calculation in the context of allergology, how ratios help to identify allergens underlying clinical manifestations, and how to implement it in diagnostic algorithms.
Customer Excellence Center
Customer Excellence Center Information
EliA M2 test
Flexible and automated testing for PBC with EliA M2 test
Allergy Evaluation During Hospitalized Asthma Improves Disease Management Outcomes
Authors: James P. Brock, Eliezer Nussbaum, Tricia L. Morphew, Veerpal S. Sandhu, Nathan L. Marsteller, Brian S. Yang, Inderpal S. Randhawa
Indoor Environmental Control Practices and Asthma Management
Authors: Elizabeth C. Matsui, MD, MHS, FAAP, Stuart L. Abramson, MD, PhD, AE-C, FAAP, Megan T. Sandel, MD, MPH, FAAP
Adaptation of an Asthma Management Program to a Small Clinic
Authors: Kenny Yat-Choi Kwong, MD; Nasser Redjal, MD; Lyne Scott, MD; Marilyn Li, MD; Salima Thobani, MD; and Brian Yang, MS
Allergy Testing for Persons with Asthma Frequently Asked Questions
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, National Center for Environmental Health Division of Environmental Hazards and Health Effects
Misura la triptasi due volte Backgrounder
Materiali che spiegano l'importanza di misurare la triptasi in fase acuta ogni volta che si sospetta una reazione allergica grave
Misura la triptasi due volte Infografica
Materiali che spiegano l'importanza di misurare la triptasi in fase acuta ogni volta che si sospetta una reazione allergica grave
Measure Tryptase Twice Backgrounder
The importance of measuring tryptase in the acute setting whenever a severe allergic reaction is suspected.
Measure Tryptase Twice Infographic
The importance of measuring tryptase in the acute setting whenever severe allergic reaction is suspected.
Improved sesame allergy diagnosis with Ses i 1 - Scientific Backgrounder
Component-resolved diagnostics in food allergy: Improved sesame allergy diagnosis with Ses i 1 - Scientific Backgrounder
ICA Summary COVID-19
ICA 2021 Plenary Session Summary COVID-19
Go Molecular - The Basics (Part 1)
A clinical reference guide to molecular allergy - the basics
Go Molecular - The allergen component (Part 2)
A clinical reference guide to molecular allergy - Part 2
Aeroallergen Exposure Reduction Advice
Il paziente manifesta i sintomi al superamento della soglia. Acari della polvere, Forfora di animali domestici, Muffe, Pollini.
Quick Reference Guide for the Allergy and Asthma Task Force Recommendations
A quick overview of the full recommendations for anyone short on time or in need of a refresher
In Vitro Serum Specific-IgE Testing Alone Reduces Healthcare Utilization
Author: Rick Shrouds, MD, Medical Director of Molina Healthcare, South Carolina
The Allergy and Asthma Task Force Recommendations:
Authors: Barbara P. Yawn, MD, MSc, FAAFP; Christine W. Wagner, APRN, MSN, AE-C; Allan Luskin, MD; Len Fromer, MD, FAAFP; Randall Brown, MD, MPH; Andrew Liu, MD; AE-C; Michael D. Cabana, MD, MPH; Ivor
Allergy Asthma Guide
Allergens are a major trigger in asthma. Up to 90% of Children and 60% of Adults with asthma are sensitive to at lease one specific allergen.
Cow's Milk Allergy Exposure Reduction Advice
An allergy to cow’s milk involves the immune system and affects about 2 children in 100. Happily, about half the affected children will outgrow it by the age of one and by three years most children...
Egg Allergy Exposure Reduction Advice
Being allergic to eggs means following an egg-free diet. Egg is found in many foods including biscuits, cakes, pasta and other manufactured foods. While you should always check food labels, it may...
Fish/Shellfish Allergy Exposure Reduction Advice
Allergies to fish and shellfish are quite common and different to one another – people who are allergic to shellfish may be able to eat fish and vice versa. There is a risk of cross contamination.
Nuts/Peanut Allergy Exposure Reduction Advice
A confirmed diagnosis of allergy to nuts means that you will need to avoid all nuts. Although peanuts belong to a different food family, unless you are specifically told otherwise, they too should...
Soy Allergy Exposure Reduction Advice
Soy is a protein made from soybeans. A soy allergy is relatively rare compared to milk and chicken egg allergies. Fortunately, children are more likely to outgrow a soy allergy.
Wheat Allergy Exposure Reduction Advice
A confirmed diagnosis of allergy to wheat means that all wheat based foods and products made from wheat should be avoided, this will include many common foods and ingredients.
EliA APS tests
Identify antiphospholipid syndrome (APS) with EliA APS tests.
ImmunoCAP Specific IgE Sesame Seed Allergen Component Interpretation guide
Testing with whole allergen and allergen components provides additional information that can help diagnose allergy more precisely, allowing for a more comprehensive management plan.
ImmunoCAP Specific IgE Wheat Components Interpretation guide
Testing with whole allergen and allergen components provides additional information that can help diagnose allergy more precisely, allowing for a more comprehensive management plan.
ImmunoCAP Specific IgE Sesame Seed Allergen Component Compendium
Specific IgE testing to Ses i 1 can aid in improving the diagnosis of sesame allergy
ImmunoCAP Specific IgE Wheat Components Compendium
ImmunoCAP menu offers one whole allergen wheat extract test and three allergen component tests. These tests help assess risk for severe reaction and may improve patient management by facilitating tailored avoidance recommendations
ImmunoCAP ISAC microarray user video: Dr. Enrico Scala
Short interview on the clinical benefits and features of ImmunoCAP ISAC microarray
ImmunoCAP ISAC microarray user video: Dr. Olga Luengo part 1
Short interview where Dr. Luengo describes through some clinical cases the utility of the ratio analysis and what type of patients could benefit from ImmunoCAP ISAC microarray and ImmunoCAP specific IgE tests.
ImmunoCAP ISAC microarray user video: Dr. Olga Luengo part 2
Short interview where Dr. Luengo shows the utility of ImmunoCAP tests in the diagnosis and management of allergic diseases through case studies.
ImmunoCAP ISAC microarray ImmunoCAP ISAC microarray expert video: Professor Walter Canonica
Dr. Canonica talks about the use of ImmunoCAP ISAC microarray in his daily clinical practice
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NIH Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of Asthma
CDC Recommendations for Testing Persons with Asthma
CDC Morbidity and Mortality Weekly Report for Alpha-Gal Syndrome
Food Allergy Research & Education (FARE)
Elijah-Alavi Foundation
Dangerous liaison: sexually transmitted allergic reaction to Brazil nuts
The kiss of death: a severe allergic reaction to a shellfish induced by a good-night kiss
A Nutty Case: Rare Presentation of Allergic Vaginitis
Fatal anaphylaxis due to peanut exposure from oral intercourse
Food Allergies and Kissing
Pet Component Compendium
Rhinitis Clinical Pathway
EAACI guidelines on the diagnosis of IgE-mediated food allergy
Antiphospholipid Syndrome Interpretation Guide
A review of cannabis allergy in the early days of legalization
AGA Clinical Practice Update on Alpha-Gal Syndrome for the GI Clinician: Commentary
EliA CCP und EliA RF-Isotypen
Für präzise, reproduzierbare Ergebnisse mit den leistungsstärksten Tests auf rheumatoide Arthritis
EliA CTD Screen
EliA CTD Screen, der klinisch aussagekräftigste und zuverlässigste CTD Screen hilft bei der Diagnosestellung
Zöliakiediagnostik: EliA Celikey IgA-Test
Eine zuverlässige serologische Zöliakiediagnostik kann Endoskopien vermeiden.
ImmunoCAP Allergen-Profile
Indikationsbezogene Allergiediagnostik
ImmunoCAP Rapid Child: Patientenbroschüre
In dieser Broschüre finden Sie Hintergrundinformationen zu den einzelnen getesteten Allergenen und Tipps, wie Sie diese bestmöglich meiden können.
Allergenkomponenten und Kreuzreaktionen
Alle ImmunoCAP Allergenkomponenten, mögliche Kreuzreaktionen und wichtige Proteinfamilien in einer Übersicht
Asiatische Hornisse
Neues Allergen für Forschungszwecke
Asthma Diagnosealgorithmus
Empfohlene Testprofile für die Abklärung eines Allergieverdachts bei Asthma
EliA Calprotectin 2: optimierte Stuhlextraktion
Optimiertes Stuhlextraktionsverfahren für eine effiziente Probenvorbereitung und -testung von fäkalem Calprotectin
EliA CCP und RF Tests: Informationen für Kliniker
Vergleichsdaten verschiedener CCP/ACPA Tests und der Mehrwert der RF-Isotypenbestimmung zur Diagnose- und Therapieunterstützung bei Rheumatoider Arthritis.
EliA CCP und RF Tests: Informationen für Laborexperten
Vergleichsdaten verschiedener CCP/ACPA Tests und der Mehrwert der RF-Isotypenbetimmung gegenüber herkömmlichen Verfahren zur Diagnoseunterstützung bei Rheumatoider Arthritis.
EliA Celikey Test auf anti-tTG: wissenschaftliche Evidenz durch internationale Studie
Die ProCeDe Studie (2019) bestätigt den Verzicht auf Biopsien für die Zöliakiediagnose bei Kindern dank herausragenden Leistungsdaten des EliA Celikey IgA Tests.
EliA CTD Screen: Informationen für Kliniker
Für ein klinisch aussagekräftiges Screening auf Kollagenosen.
EliA DFS70 Test
Zur Unterstützung bei anspruchsvollen positiven ANA HEp-2 Ergebnissen durch einen möglichen Ausschluss von Kollagenosen.
EliA LKM-1 Test
Flexible und automatisierte Testung auf Autoimmunhepatitis Typ 2.
EliA M2 Test
Flexible und automatisierte Testung auf Primär Biliäre Cholangitis.
EliA Produktliste
Klinisch relevante Tests bei Autoimmunerkrankungen auf vollautomatisierten Laborsystemen.
EliA SmDP-S Test
Ein integraler Bestandteil Ihres Diagnose-Algorithmus für systemischen Lupus erythematodes.
EliA SmDP-S: Warum verwenden wir das SmD3 Peptid?
Das synthetisch hergestellte SmD3 Peptid enthält nur das relevante Epitop, ist frei von Proteinkontaminationen und ist somit der spezifischste Marker für Sm bei der Diagnosefindung auf SLE.
Haustierallergie
Spezifische IgE-Bluttests können helfen, die tatsächliche Ursache für allergische Symptome zu erkennen. Muss Ihr Patient sein Haustier wirklich weggeben?
Haustierallergie
Informationen für Patienten
Haustierallergie Diagnosealgorithmus
Empfohlenes Testprofil zur Diagnose von Haustierallergien
ImmunoCAP Allergenübersicht
Allergenliste aller Allergenextrakte und Allergenkomponenten nach Gruppen sortiert
ImmunoCAP Tests für Forschungszwecke
Allergen- und Antigenliste für Forschungszwecke nach Gruppen sortiert
ImmunoCAP EDN Test für Forschungszwecke
Produktinformation zu ImmunoCAP Eosinophil Derived Neurotoxin (EDN) Test für Forschungszwecke
ImmunoCAP ISAC
Klinisch relevant. Klinisch validiert. Klinisch aufschlussreich.
ImmunoCAP ISAC E112i
Der neue ImmunoCAP™ ISAC E112i ist da.
ImmunoCAP ISAC Video
Rätselhafte Allergien? Finden Sie die Antwort.
ImmunoCAP Allergen Pfirsich Diagnosekarte
Erweiterte Testung mit ImmunoCAP Allergenkomponenten-Tests
Die Rolle von Pru p 7 bei schwerer Pfirsich-Allergie
Wissenschaftliche Hintergrundinformationen
ImmunoCAP Allergen Pfirsich Testalgorithmus
Erweiterte Testung mit ImmunoCAP Allergenkomponenten-Tests
Phadia LabCommunity
Phadia LabCommunity ermöglicht die Kommunikation zwischen den Phadia Laborsystemen und dem Thermo Fisher Serviceteam.
ImmunoCAP Rapid Adult Patientenbroschüre
In dieser Broschüre finden Sie Hintergrundinformationen zu den einzelnen getesteten Allergenen und Tipps, wie Sie diese bestmöglich meiden können
ImmunoCAP Rapid Adult
Identifizieren Sie potenzielle Allergieauslöser in 20 Minuten.
Wichtige Hinweise zur Zˆliakieserologie
Denken Sie an diese Empfehlungen der deutschen Leitlinie bevor Sie auf zöliakiespezifische Antikörper testen.
ImmunoCAPô Tryptase - sever reactions to drugs during surgery
Learn more about how ImmunoCAP Tryptase can help explain the severe reactions occurred during surgery and anesthesia.
Thermo Scientific Test Menu
Test menu summary.
EliA Stool Extraction Kit plus
Einfache und schnelle Probenextraktion ohne Zentrifugation zur Verwendung mit dem EliA™ Calprotectin 2 Test. Messen Sie Calprotectin in humanem Stuhl zur Unterstützung der klinische Diagnose von CED.
Video EliA Stool Extraction Kit plus
Einfache und schnelle Probenextraktion ohne Zentrifugation zur Verwendung mit dem EliA™ Calprotectin 2 Test. Messen Sie Calprotectin in humanem Stuhl zur Unterstützung der klinische Diagnose von CED.
ImmunoCAP Tryptase bei Insektengiftallergie
Tryptase als klinischer Marker zur Klärung schwerer Reaktionen
ImmunoCAP Tryptase bei Mastozytose
Tryptase, ein diagnostischer Marker bei Verdacht auf Mastozytose
ImmunoCAP Sesam-Allergie Diagnosekarte
Empfohlenes Testprofil für die Abklärung eines Allergieverdachts auf Sesam
Verbesserte Diagnose einer Sesam-Allergie mit Ses i 1
Wissenschaftliche Hintergrundinformationen zur Diagnose und Behandlung einer Sesam-Allergie
EDI ermˆglicht optimierten Einkaufsprozess für Labore
Mit der Labor-Schnittstelle Electronic Data Interchange (EDI) können Einkaufsprozesse digitalisiert werden – flexibel von der Bestellung bis zur Rechnung.
ImmunoCAP Tryptase bei Operationen
Tryptase, ein klinischer Marker zum besseren Verständnis schwerer Reaktionen auf Arzneimittel
ImmunoCAP ECP bei Asthma
ECP-Bestimmung zur Einschätzung des Entzündungsgrad der Atemwege bei Asthma-Patienten
Polyautoimmunit‰t bei Patienten mit Autoimmunthyreopathie
Wissenswertes zu Patienten mit autoimmunen Schilddrüsenerkrankungen, die ein erhöhtes Risiko für zusätzliche Autoimmunerkrankungen haben.
Vorstellung Phadia 200 und Phadia 250
Phadia Laborsysteme bieten Anwendern volle Flexibilität bei der Diagnostik für Allergien und Autoimmunerkrankungen. Erfahren Sie hier mehr über das Phadia 200 und das Phadia 250
EliA Testalgorithmen für die Autoimmundiagnostik
Kompakte Darstellung von Testalgorithmen für die Unterstützung in der Autoimmundiagnostik für alle, die sich im Berufsalltag mit der Autoantikörperdiagnostik beschäftigen.
Bestimmen Sie den Tryptase-Wert zweimal Infografik
Infografik zur Erklärung der Wichtigkeit einer Tryptase-Bestimmung in der Akutmedizin bei Verdacht auf eine schwere allergische Reaktion
Bestimmen Sie den Tryptase-Wert zweimal Hintergrundinformation
Hintergrundinformation zur Erklärung der Wichtigkeit einer Tryptase-Bestimmung in der Akutmedizin bei Verdacht auf eine schwere allergische Reaktion
Welche Allergene sind bei Verdacht auf eine Inhalationsallergie am wichtigsten zu testen?
Prof. Dr. med. Jörg Kleine-Tebbe, Allergie- und Asthma-Zentrum Westend in Berlin gibt Hilfestellung für Hausärzte zur Behandlung von Allergien und Asthma.
Welche Allergene sind bei Verdacht auf eine Nahrungsmittelallergie am wichtigsten zu testen?
Prof. Dr. med. Jörg Kleine-Tebbe, Allergie- und Asthma-Zentrum Westend in Berlin gibt Hilfestellung für Hausärzte zur Behandlung von Allergien und Asthma.
Warum kann es mit der Anamnese allein schwierig sein, die auslösenden Allergien zu finden?
Prof. Dr. med. Jörg Kleine-Tebbe, Allergie- und Asthma-Zentrum Westend in Berlin gibt Hilfestellung für Hausärzte zur Behandlung von Allergien und Asthma.
ICA-Zusammenfassung Das komplexe Zusammenspiel von COVID-19 mit verschiedenen Autoantikörpern
Zusammenfassung der Plenary-Session "Covid-19" präsentiert am virtuellen 12th International Congress on Autoimmunity 2021
ICA Zusammenfassung Polyautoimmunerkrankungen
Zusammenfassung der Plenary-Session "PL03" präsentiert am virtuellen 12 International Congress on Autoimmunity 2021
ICA-Zusammenfassung Aktuelle Entwicklungen bei Systemischer Sklerose
Zusammenfassung der Session "PS26 - Novelties in Systemic Sclerosis" präsentiert am virtuellen 12th International Congress on Autoimmunity 2021
ICA-Zusammenfassung Systemischer Lupus erythematodes
Zusammenfassung der Session "The diversity of SLE presentation" präsentiert am virtuellen 12th International Congress on Autoimmunity 2021
Kann die molekulare Allergiediagnostik auch bei Nahrungsmittelallergie hilfreich sein?
Prof. Dr. med. Jörg Kleine-Tebbe, Allergie- und Asthma-Zentrum Westend in Berlin gibt Hilfestellung für Hausärzte zur Behandlung von Allergien und Asthma.
Wann besteht der Verdacht auf eine Inhalationsallergie?
Prof. Dr. med. Jörg Kleine-Tebbe, Allergie- und Asthma-Zentrum Westend in Berlin gibt Hilfestellung für Hausärzte zur Behandlung von Allergien und Asthma.
Wann besteht der Verdacht auf eine Nahrungsmittelallergie?
Prof. Dr. med. Jörg Kleine-Tebbe, Allergie- und Asthma-Zentrum Westend in Berlin gibt Hilfestellung für Hausärzte zur Behandlung von Allergien und Asthma.
Wann sollte die molekulare Allergiediagnostik eingesetzt werden?
Prof. Dr. med. Jörg Kleine-Tebbe, Allergie- und Asthma-Zentrum Westend in Berlin gibt Hilfestellung für Hausärzte zur Behandlung von Allergien und Asthma.
Welche Allergiediagnostik empfehlen Sie einem Allgemeinmediziner?
Prof. Dr. med. Jörg Kleine-Tebbe, Allergie- und Asthma-Zentrum Westend in Berlin gibt Hilfestellung für Hausärzte zur Behandlung von Allergien und Asthma.
Welche Schlüsselfragen sollte man Asthma-Patienten stellen um herauszufinden, ob eine Allergie der Auslöser sein kann?
Prof. Dr. med. Jörg Kleine-Tebbe, Allergie- und Asthma-Zentrum Westend in Berlin gibt Hilfestellung für Hausärzte zur Behandlung von Allergien und Asthma.
Welche Symptome sind ein Hinweis auf allergisches Asthma?
Prof. Dr. med. Jörg Kleine-Tebbe, Allergie- und Asthma-Zentrum Westend in Berlin gibt Hilfestellung für Hausärzte zur Behandlung von Allergien und Asthma.
Wie kann man Hausstaubmilben-Allergene am besten vermeiden?
Prof. Dr. med. Jörg Kleine-Tebbe, Allergie- und Asthma-Zentrum Westend in Berlin gibt Hilfestellung für Hausärzte zur Behandlung von Allergien und Asthma.
Hinweise zur Reduzierung der Exposition bei Inhalationsallergien
Durch eine geringer Exposition gegenüber bestimmten Auslösern können Symptome vermieden werden. Hausstaubmilbe, Haustiere, Schimmelpilze, Pollen.
Mit Allergien leben: Kuhmilchallergie
Eine Kuhmilchallergie tritt bei circa 2 von 100 Kindern auf. Glücklicherweise entwickeln die Hälfte innerhalb des ersten Lebensjahrs und bis zum dritten Lebensjahr die meisten der betroffenen...
Mit Allergien leben: Hühnereiallergie
Eine Hühnereiallergie bedeutet, dass eine eifreie Ernährung eingehalten werden muss. Hühnereier sind in vielen Lebensmitteln enthalten, darunter Kekse, Kuchen, Teigwaren und Fertiggerichte.
Mit Allergien leben: Fisch- und Schalentierallergie
Allergien gegen Fisch und Schalentiere sind recht häufig, aber unterscheiden sich durchaus voneinander – Menschen, die allergisch auf Schalentiere reagieren, können Fisch essen und umgekehrt.
Mit Allergien leben: Nuss- und Erdnussallergie
Eine bestätigte Nussallergie bedeutet, dass alle Nüsse vermieden werden müssen. Obwohl Erdnüsse nicht zur selben Familie gehören, sollten sie ebenfalls vermieden werden, wenn Ihre Toleranz nicht...
Mit Allergien leben: Sojaallergie
Soja ist ein Protein, das aus Sojabohnen hergestellt wird. Eine Sojaallergie ist im Vergleich zu Milch- und Hühnereiallergien relativ selten. Glücklicherweise entwachsen Kinder der Sojaallergie mit...
Mit Allergien leben: Weizenallergie
Eine bestätigte Weizenallergie bedeutet, dass alle weizenhaltigen Lebensmittel und aus Weizen hergestellte Produkte vermieden werden sollten. Dazu zählen viele übliche Lebensmittel und Zutaten.
Go Molecular - Die Grundlagen (Teil 1)
Ein klinisches Handbuch für die molekulare Allergiediagnostik – grundlegende Einführung mit Schwerpunkt auf Nahrungsmittelallergien
Go Molecular - Die Allergenkomponenten (Teil 2)
Ein klinisches Handbuch für die molekulare Allergiediagnostik – Übersicht der Allergenkomponenten und deren klinische Relevanz
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Produktkatalog 2022
Thermo Fisher Scientific ist ein führender Anbieter von In-vitro-Diagnostik-Tests im Bereich Allergie- und Autoimmundiagnostik. Hier erhalten Sie einen Überblick über unsere Produkte.
Algorithme Pollen CyprËs
Algorithme pour aider dans la prise en charge de l'allergie au pollen de Cyprès
Brochure EliA LKM-1 Well
Intérêt clinique et caractéristiques du test EliA LKM-1 Well
Plaquette promotionnelle Phadia 2500
Description de l'instrument de laboratoire Phadia 2500
Brochure Quality Club
Description du service Phadia d'évaluation externe de la qualité : Quality Club
Brochure Phadia 200
Description de l'instrument de laboratoire Phadia 200
Brochure Services
Description des différents Services que Thermo Fisher propose en tant que partenaire
Brochure interprÈtation des rÈsultats Quality Club
Guide d'interprétation des résultats du Quality Club (EEQ)
Information Ses i 1
Pru p 7 information commande
Information pour commander l'allergène moléculaire Pru p 7 dans la cadre d'allergie à la pêche
Algorithme Pru p 7
Algorithme pour aider dans la prise en charge d'une allergie à la pêche
Brochure EliAô DFS70
Brochure de présentation du marqueur DFS 70 : répondre au défi de résultats positifs en HEp-2
Brochure EliA SmDPS
Brochure présentant les caractéristiques du test EliA SmDpS : une aide au dépistage du lupus érythémateux systémique (LES)