Impact of Introducing Tree Nuts on Quality of Life
The Impact of Introducing Subgroups of Tree Nuts versus Complete Tree Nut Avoidance on Child and Caregiver Quality of Life
The goal of this study is determine the difference in quality of life in tree nut-allergic patients before and after clearing of allergy label for subgroups of tree nuts compared to those who completely avoid all tree nuts. This will be done via questionnaires given to patients and parents at clinic visits.
Primary Objective: To assess how the quality of life of tree nut allergic pediatric patients and their caregivers is impacted by clearing allergy label for subgroups of tree nuts compared to complete tree nut avoidance. Secondary Objective: To determine what patient characteristics may contribute poor quality of life in tree nut allergic patients.
Patient ages 0 to 17 years seen at UBMD Pediatrics Allergy/Immunology, who have a diagnosis of a tree nut allergy to one or more of the aforementioned tree nuts will be eligible to enroll in the study
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