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Thermo Fisher Scientific s’engage à fournir un soutien pédagogique pour répondre aux besoins exigeants du diagnostic des maladies allergiques et auto-immunes. Accédez à une collection ciblée de vidéos et de webinaires dispensés par des experts reconnus dans le domaine des maladies allergiques et auto-immunes.

Grâce à ce soutien pédagogique, nous espérons vous aider et vous permettre de vous concentrer sur ce qui compte le plus : fournir des réponses diagnostiques qui amélioreront les résultats pour les patients.

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Anafylaxe, tryptáza a její diagnostické využití v praxi/Anaphylaxis, tryptase and it´s diagnostic use in practice
Profesor Jeseňák a docent Kučera hovoří o tryptáze a její úloze v diagnostice závažných alergických reakcí a onemocnění žírných buněk. Zaměřili se také na praktické využití u klinických případů.
Umíme správně indikovat a vyhodnocovat výsledky specifického IgE?/Are we able to indicate and evaluete sIgE results in the right way?
Jaké jsou benefity kvantitativních výsledků sIgE pro diagnostiku a léčbu alergických pacientů a jak s jejich pomocí identifikovat primární alergen? Využití poznatků z projektu INTEGRA.
IgG4 - stále tajemná "blokující" protilátka
Přehledná přednáška o možných funkcích IgG4 protilátek v lidském těle
Racionálna interpretácia výsledkov špecifických IgE protilátok v diagnostike alergie na mliečne a vaječné proteíny u dojčiat a batoliat
Souhrnný přehled vyšetřování alergií na mléko a vejce u dětí s využitím komponentové diagnostiky
Molekulárna alegológia v praxi pediatra
Diagnostické postupy s využitím komponentových testů, kazuistiky z Dětské nemocnice v Bratislavě
Vyšetření komponentových specifických IgE diagnostiku zkvalitní, ale neusnadní – kazuistiky z potravinové senzibilizace
Úskalí využití multiplexových testů při diagnostice potravinových alergií, důležitost správné interpretace výsledků.
Introducing Tryptase: Mast cell marker from anaphylaxis to mastocytosis
A general overview of the protein tryptase and its role in different clinical conditions, like adverse allergic reactions, mastocytosis, clonal mast cell disorders or hereditary -tryptasemia.
Tryptase Online Seminar: Special Focus Venom Allergies and Venom Immunotherapy
Learn about the role of tryptase measurements in venom allergic individuals, how a temporary or persistent increase of tryptase can affect patient management, and what guidelines currently recommend.
ANCA Testing in Clinical Practice
ANCA Testing in Clinical Practice - From Implementation to Quality Control and Harmonization
Molecular Allergology series - From sensitisation to symptoms
This lecture does not relate to any specific allergen or type of exposure. It gives an introduction of basic immunology in relation to IgE mediated allergy and the principles of molecular allergology.
Molecular Allergology series - Pollen allergy
This covers the cause of the most widespread allergic manifestation; rhinitis. The focus is on molecular allergology, IgE towards different protein families in pollens.
Molecular Allergology series - Peanut, tree-nuts and seeds
Molecular allergology provides serological markers to peanut and hazelnut allergy,allowing to discriminate between genuine food allergy, and cross reactions driven by pollen allergy.
Molecular Allergology series - Milk, egg, and wheat allergy
Milk, egg, and wheat, are all frequently causing adverse reactions in small children. Our focus will be on clinical and diagnostic value of IgE testing for milk-, egg-, and wheat proteins, including prognosis.
Molecular allergology insights 2022 - Idiopathic anaphylaxis - what do we know about the unknown?
Idiopathic anaphylaxis refers to episodes of unexplainable or spontaneous anaphylaxis. With a thorough diagnostic workup including molecular allergy serology, many of these cases can be explained.
Anti-dsDNA testing specificity for systemic lupus erythematosus - A systematic review
Join Dr. Marco Schreurs in his assessment of the available dsDNA tests to guide choice and interpretation of the optimal anti-dsDNA test strategy, fitting into the 2019 EULAR/ACR criteria for SLE.
LTP- sensitisation and cannabis allergy: what's the link
Join Professor Ebo in this webinar to find a link between LTP-sensitisation and cannabis allergy
Tryptase Update 2022: levels explained + other clinical essentials
Learn more on the different clinical use of serum tryptase levels, the development of percentiles, disease areas and clinical adaption of tryptase assessment in daily routine.
Hereditary α-Tryptasemia (HαT): What clinicians need to know to improve allergy diagnosis and patient management
Learn more about HαT, which has been shown to increase the frequency and severity of anaphylaxis in specific settings, including insect stings and patients without identifiable causes for anaphylaxis
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 IgE ratio calculation in the context of allergology, how ratios help to identify allergens underlying clinical manifestations, and how to implement it in diagnostic algorithms.
New insights into the laboratory’s role in the diagnosis of allergic disease
Learn about the importance of quantitative assessment of specific IgE (sIgE), dynamics of specific IgE over time, prediction of allergic diseases and the importance of multisensitization.
Pollen season allergies and pollen food syndrome - diagnosis and diagnostic
Primary care perspective of clinical diagnosis management, and why knowing what sIgE tests to order may be a hurdle to testing.
ANCA testing in Clinical Practice: From Implementation to Quality Control and Harmonisation
ANCA testing in clinical practice..
LTP syndrome in Northern Europe – ‘What is this and how to diagnose and manage it'
How is it diagnosed in the clinic and how can it be managed?
An introduction to CE marking of IVD devices under EU IVDR
The objective is to bring you more clarity on what this regulation entails and and how we have ensured continued compliance of our IVD products.
EliA™ Stool Extraction Buffer plus Launch
EliA™ Calprotectin 2 test: new stool extraction buffer’ will highlight the benefits of a new stool extraction procedure
Allergen Microarray Patient Case Investigations
spotlight on allergen microarray. ‘Bottom Up’ diagnostic investigations or ‘Top Down’? What’s best and how are these approaches used in resolving patient allergy using ImmunoCAP™ ISACE112i?
How labs and primary care can work together in diagnosing coeliac disease
Why are so many coeliac disease tests requested? How can the lab proactively help to find “hidden” patients? What does the new primary care guidance mean for the diagnostic pathway of coeliac disease?
Advancements in nut and seed allergy diagnostics
Recent clinical studies that explored the use of Ses i 1 2S albumin, an important risk marker for sesame allergy
Food allergy prevalence
Regional variation of the most common food allergies in Europe Allergen component mapping Emerging food allergies Different diagnostics tools, allergen screening tests and their relevance
From Bananas to Biologicals – Coeliac disease in the 21st Century
The history of Coeliac Disease and development of key diagnostic elements
Phadia 250™ instrument hints and tips
Maintenance tips Troubleshooting post-maintenance Recognising possible causes of calibration failure
Diagnosis and treatment of APS
Antiphospholipid syndrome (APS) is a systemic autoimmune disease
Diagnostic Journey of an IBD patient
The diagnosis of IBD with the patient perspective in mind.
Short video Professor David Sanders and a non- biopsy approach to adult coeliac disease
Discusses a recently published study into a non-biopsy approach to the diagnosis of coeliac disease in adults.
Wolfgang Papisch: Methods used for CTD Screening and algorithms
Søren Jacobssen: Autoimmune connective tissue diseases and biomarkers in everyday life
Marco Schreurs: A review of anti-dsDNA test specificity in SLE
Johan Rönnelid: Harmonization or standardization of autoantibody measurements in connective tissue diseases
Jens Vikse: Autoantibodies in systemic sclerosis and idiopathic inflammatory myopathies a clinical perspective
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.
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.
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.   
Serum-Tryptase: Mastzellmarker von Anaphylaxie bis Mastozytose
Dieses Seminar bietet einen Überblick über Serumtryptase, ihre Rolle in klinischen Fragestellungen wie Anaphylaxie, Mastozytose, klonale Mastzellerkrankungen oder hereditäre α-Tryptasämie.
Allergiediagnostik in der Grundversorung - Diagnostik von Inhalationsallergien
Diagnostik von Inhalationsallergien
Allergiediagnostik in der Grundversorung - Anaphylaxie und serologische Allergiediagnostik
Anaphylaxie und serologische Allergiediagnostik
Allergiediagnostik in der Grundversorung - Serologische Allergiediagnostik und Desensibilisierungen
Serologische Allergiediagnostik und Desensibilisierungen
Labordiagnose der Zöliakie bei Kindern
ESPGHAN Guidelines 2020 für die Diagnose der Zöliakie - hohe diagnostische Genauigkeit bei geringer Belastung zur Unterstützung der Zöliakie-Diagnose bei Kindern
Zöliakie und Begleiterkrankungen bei Kindern
Die Entwicklung des Krankheitsbildes der Zöliakie in den letzten 50 Jahren
Milbe und Schimmel: Bekanntes und Neues zu den ganzjährigen Problemverursachern
Eine frühe Erkennung von Milben- und Schimmelsensibilisierungen ist essenziell, um durch vorbeugende Maßnahmen und Therapien der Entwicklung schwerer Erkrankungen entgegenzuwirken.
Diagnostik der Medikamentenallergie
Neben vorhersehbaren Nebenwirkungen haben Arzneimittel manchmal auch unvorhersehbare Nebenwirkungen, die eine Neigung für Überempfindlichkeitsreaktionen voraussetzen. Lernen Sie hier mehr dazu.
Felltierdiagnostik: Muss das Haustier wirklich weg?
Felltiere,vor allem Katzen, gehören neben Milben und Pollen zu den wichtigsten Allergieauslösern. Man weiß, dass die Exposition die Sensibilisierungsmuster beeinflusst. Lernen Sie hier mehr dazu.
Allergie: Pathomechanismus, Diagnose und Therapie
In diesem Seminar gibt Prof. Rudolf Valenta einen Überblick über allergische Erkrankungen, von der Pathogenese über die Diagnostik bis zur Therapie.
Der Aufwand lohnt sich: Fälle aus der klinischen Praxis
In diesem Seminar wird eine Reihe spezieller allergologische Fallstudien präsentiert, welche den praktischen Nutzen der Komponentendiagnostik aufzeigen.
Der lästige Heuschnupfen Wie Sie Ihre allergischen Patienten jetzt richtig diagnostizieren
Jedes Jahr kämpfen viele Patienten mit Pollenallergien. Unsere Expertin erklärt, warum es wichtig ist Heuschnupfen nicht zu unterschätzen und wie Sie der Ursache dafür auf den Grund gehen können.
Update S3-Leitlinie: Diagnostische Vorgehensweise bei Verdacht auf Reizdarmsyndrom
Herr Professor Raithel gibt Ihnen einen Einblick, wie Sie Diagnosesicherheit bei Verdacht auf ein Reizdarmsyndrom erhalten und welche Differenzialdiagnostik entscheidend ist.
Interstitielle Lungenerkrankungen bei Systemerkankungen
Interstitielle Lungenerkrankungen manifestieren sich oft mit diffusen Symptomen und Patienten benötigen eine interdisziplinäre Betreuung. Professor Kreuter informiert Sie über die aktuellen Entwicklungen der Diagnostik und Therapie.
Allergie-Diagnostik in der Dermatologie
14. Wiener Komponentenschule 2022: Doz. DDr. Sabine Altrichter gibt einen Überblick zur Allergologie in der Dermatologie
SIT, VIT, AIT, OIT – ein Update
14. Wiener Komponentenschule 2022: Folgen Sie dem Vortrag von Doz. Dr. Petra Zieglmayer für ein Update zu den verschiedenen allergenspezifischen Immuntherapien.
ImmunoCAP™ ISAC Test und Komponentendiagnostik: klinische Fälle
14. Wiener Komponentenschule 2022: Prof. Dr. Peter Schmid-Grendelmeier erläutert an Hand klinischer Fälle den Nutzen der Multiplex-Komponentenanalyse
Allergie: Pathomechanismus, Diagnose und Therapie
14. Wiener Komponentenschule 2022: Prof. Dr. Rudolf Valenta gibt einen Überblick über allergische Erkrankungen, von der Pathogenese bis zu Diagnostik und Therapie
Diagnostik und Management des allergischen Asthma Bronchiale: ein Prasixupdate
14. Wiener Komponentenschule 2022: Dr. Anna Zschocke gibt einen Überblick zu Diagnostik und Management des allergischen Asthma Bronchiale
Eczéma chez l'enfant, que tester et quand tester ?
Anamnèse, histoire, examen clinique et tests
Aspects cliniques et utilité des IgG spécifiques pour le diagnostic des pneumopathies d'hypersensibilité
Epidémiologie et manifestations cliniques, antigènes responsables, précipitines et IgG spécifiques
L'allergie aux guêpes abeilles polistes frelons asiatiques
Théorie et pratique en allergologie moléculaire : Cas cliniques détaillés
Mise à jour sur l’allergie aux fruits à coque
Théorie et pratique en allergologie moléculaire : Cas cliniques détaillés
L’allergie aux protéines de lait de vache, du diagnostic à la réintroduction
Théorie et pratique en allergologie moléculaire : Cas cliniques détaillés
Les protéines régulées par la gibberelline et l’allergène moléculaire Pru p 7
Théorie et pratique en allergologie moléculaire : Cas cliniques détaillés
Diagnostic et suivi des maladies inflammatoires chroniques de l'intestin
Théorie et pratique en maladies auto-immunes : Cas cliniques détaillés
Allergie aux curares : Quoi de neuf ?
Théorie et pratique en allergologie moléculaire : Cas cliniques détaillés
Diversification alimentaire et risques allergiques
Théorie et pratique en allergologie moléculaire : Cas cliniques détaillés
Le printemps est de retour : Que cachent réellement les symptômes de rhinite ?
Théorie et pratique en allergologie moléculaire : Cas cliniques détaillés
ImmunoCAP Allergène moléculaire f449 rSes i 1, le nouveau “sésame” du diagnostic allergologique moléculaire
Théorie et pratique en allergologie moléculaire : Cas cliniques détaillés
Examens biologiques en allergie : optimiser la prescription à la lumière des nouvelles recommandations de la SFA
Théorie et pratique en allergologie moléculaire : Cas cliniques détaillés
Les anaphylaxies nocturnes : un nouveau défi diagnostique
Théorie et pratique en allergologie moléculaire : Cas cliniques détaillés
Joyeuses fêtes…aux allergènes !
Théorie et pratique en allergologie moléculaire : Cas cliniques détaillés
Les anaphylaxies aux PR10 : du diagnostic à la pratique
Théorie et pratique en allergologie moléculaire : Cas cliniques détaillés
Le dosage des IgE pour les nuls : mise en pratique des nouvelles recommandations
Théorie et pratique en allergologie moléculaire : Cas cliniques détaillés
Comprendre l'essentiel de l'allergologie moléculaire : les 4 recommandations de la SFA
Théorie et pratique en allergologie moléculaire : Cas cliniques détaillés
Le pour et le contre de l'utilisation des tests d’allergènes moléculaires dans l'asthme
Théorie et pratique en allergologie moléculaire : Cas cliniques détaillés
La maladie cœliaque, un challenge diagnostique
Théorie et pratique en maladies auto-immunes : Cas cliniques détaillés
Maladie cœliaque de l’adulte et hypersensibilité au gluten. Comment faire le diagnostic?
Théorie et pratique en maladies auto-immunes : Cas cliniques détaillé.
Interprétation des résultats de tryptase : mise à jour 2022 et nouvelles valeurs de référence
Au cours de cette session, le Docteur Joana Vitte vous permettra de découvrir : Les nouvelles frontières de la mesure de la tryptase L'évolution des percentiles de tryptase Les indications cliniques de la tryptase dans la pratique quotidienne Le rôle des laboratoires dans le dosage de la tryptase
Prise en charge des douleurs articulaires en 2022
Théorie et pratique en maladies auto-immunes : Cas cliniques détaillés
Maladie cœliaque, syndrome de l’intestin irritable et maladies inflammatoires chroniques de l’intestin (MICI)
Théorie et pratique en maladies auto-immunes