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FPIES

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Kelsey Green

on 29 March 2013

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Transcript of FPIES

FPIES Food Protein Induced
Enterocolitis What is FPIES? FPIES Symptoms Diagnosis Every Day Obstacles Long Term Managment FPIES is a non-IgE mediated reaction that affects the gastrointestinal system FPIES symptoms have a delayed onset of 2-3 hours or more FPIES does not show up on any known allergy testing Finding "safe" foods FPIES symptoms include: FPIES reactions can occur to one or multiple foods The most common FPIES trigger foods are: Cow's milk
Oats
Poultry Soy Barley
Soy
Peas Profuse vomiting
Diarrhea
Constipation
Sever lethargy
Fever
Low blood Pressure Shock caused by dehydration
Rash
Poor Growth FPIES is diagnosed by trial and error Food trial must be done in order to test weather a food is "safe" to eat Holidays are celebrated with food Not being able to eat what everyone else is Having an accidental reaction to a food Food trials maintaining proper weight avoiding malnutrition
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