When to refer your patient to an allergist/immunologist. How the Allergist/Immunologist Can Help: Consultation and Referral Guidelines Citing the Evidence. Background Allergic diseases affect more than 56,000,000 Americans There are only 5400 Board-Certified
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How the Allergist/Immunologist Can Help: Consultation and Referral Guidelines Citing the Evidence was designed to assist patients and health care professionals in determining when referral to an allergist/immunologist is needed.
An allergist/immunologist is a physician certified in either internal medicine or pediatrics, who has completed an additional two years of training in allergy and immunology at an accredited training program and passed the examination given by the American Board of Allergy and Immunology (ABAI).