2010
DOI: 10.3111/13696998.2010.482904 View full text |Buy / Rent full text
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Abstract: CMA imposes a substantial socio-economic burden in South Africa, especially on parents/carers of CMA sufferers. Any strategy that reduces this burden should potentially lead to higher compliance with clinicians' recommendations, thereby improving health outcomes associated with treatment and should also release healthcare resource use for alternative use.

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“…Furthermore, whilst the response rate was pleasingly high, we have no practice information on non-respondents. Nevertheless, the number of respondents in this study is considerably higher than that in other studies assessing clinician practice in the treatment of milk allergy [9,13]. …”
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“…Furthermore, whilst the response rate was pleasingly high, we have no practice information on non-respondents. Nevertheless, the number of respondents in this study is considerably higher than that in other studies assessing clinician practice in the treatment of milk allergy [9,13]. …”
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“…The first-choice alternative milks were soya (57%) and EHF (38%), and where soya was not tolerated either an EHF (62%) or AAF (28%) was recommended. Three paediatricians working in the public sector estimated that 93 and 7% of CMA sufferers would be advised to be fed with soya or EHF, respectively [9]. Soya, the cheapest of the alternative formulas, was therefore the first-line choice in the least affluent health care environments.…”
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“…CMA is a disease that generates high health care costs [7,8,9,10]. In primary prevention strategies recommended by clinical guidelines, children at risk are defined as those whose parents or siblings have a history of allergic disease [6].…”
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