1.0The clinic allergist details are as follows:
1.0.1 Name: Dr. Sai Karlapudi of Alaska Allergy Center. He is practitioner in Asthma, Immunology and Allergy for both adults and children. The doctor is Board certified
1.0.2 Details of the Doctor: She is certified under the American Board of Medical practitioners. She has been in the field for about 20 years serving Alaska Community Service Centre.
1.0.3 Educational Background: The doctor has a Degree in Medical from New South Wales medical college in Australia (1983).She finished her residency in Pediatrics Victoria Hospital in Melbourne in 1988.Her subspecialty in Immunology and Allergy was completed at the University of Alabama school of Medicine. She joined Alaska Allergy and Immunology Center in 1991.
1.0.4 Clinical Identification: The clinic is focused in giving full personal medical care to its patients and exceptional evaluation and management of asthma, allergy and variety of immunological diseases as well as disorders.
1.0.5 8 Most Common Allergens
Allergy can simply be defined as immune responses that are over the top; high responses or over-reactions. Allergens are what cause over the top immune responses. They are harmless substances which are mistaken by immune system to be harmful. Most common allergens include: venom from snake bite, drugs, pollen grains, milk, dust, food, and mite.
It is a reaction of the whole-body against a chemical substance that has become allergen. It is normally severe. It occurs when the body is exposed to substances such as bee venom sting where the immune system becomes sensitized.
1.2 Symptoms of Asthma
They include inflammation of the bronchial tubes occasionally with sticky secretions being produced inside the tubes. Symptoms are mostly experienced when airways tighten, inflame or being filled with mucus. Coughing, wheezing, chest tightness, pain or pressure and wheezing especially at night.
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