1180 A Retrospective Analysis of Allergy Blood Testing in Beijing Children's Hospital in the Year of 2013: A Single-Center Research

Wednesday, 14 October 2015
Hall D1 Foyer (Floor 3) (Coex Convention Center)

Qing Miao , Beijing Children's Hospital, Beijing, China

Li Xiang , Beijing Children's Hospital, Beijing, China

Background: An early identification of sensitization pattern in suspected allergic children may supply evidence–based clues for prevention and management of allergic disease.

Objective: To analyze the sensitization status to common inhalant allergens for children with suspected allergies in Beijing Children’s Hospital in year of 2013.

Methods: The enrolled children were screened for allergies through a semi-quantitative testing method (Mediswiss Allergy Screen allergen testing system, Germany), and a further comparison for sensitization patterns among different subgroups was performed.

Results and conclusion: A total of 21,134 children had screened for allergies. In out-patient subjects, the positive rate of sIgE was 45.99% (8266/17974 cases), the top three positive allergens were mold, dog hair and dust mites. For the inpatient group, the positive rate of sIgE was 29.34% (927/3160 cases) and the top three allergens were dust mites, dog hair, and mold. It was also found that the highest positive rate was from children suffering from the nose or eye disease (out-patient:2092/3126,66.92%; in-patient:14/26,53.85%). Especially for the inpatients HSP children, when co-infected with lower respiratory tract infections(LRI), the positive rate was increased (HSP: 370/1024, 36.1%; HSP+LRI: 370/1024, 42.7%, P<0.05), and it was more likely to lead to the appearance the multiple sensitization. Therefore, it is necessary to keep a watch on the variation in the sensitization state, and to pay greater attention on interpreting testing results, which enables to supply the pediatrician a rational treatment and prophylactic strategy on the allergen avoidance.