cdc-coteauxdegaronne
» » The Peanut Allergy Handbook: A Guide for Parents
eBook The Peanut Allergy Handbook: A Guide for Parents ePub

eBook The Peanut Allergy Handbook: A Guide for Parents ePub

by Sheila Rusnell-Newton

  • ISBN: 0973547804
  • Subcategory: No category
  • Author: Sheila Rusnell-Newton
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Peanut Aware Inc. (July 1, 2004)
  • Pages: 101
  • ePub book: 1632 kb
  • Fb2 book: 1700 kb
  • Other: lrf doc docx mbr
  • Rating: 4.8
  • Votes: 110

Description

The Peanut Allergy Handbook book. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read. Start by marking The Peanut Allergy Handbook: A Guide for Parents as Want to Read: Want to Read savin. ant to Read.

The Peanut Allergy Handbook book.

Sheila Rusnell-Newton. The Peanut Allergy Handbook has many sections that can be presonalized for each child, including photo, medical information, contact numbers and emergency instructions. This book is a must have to keep your nut allergic child safe. This guide for parents provides essential information on: - becoming nut free at home - anaphylaxis and how to treat - how to read labels, and terms that are used for nut products - dealing with manufacturers, restaurants and airlines - how to educate others so they will understand - keeping safe out of your home environment - support for families - future of peanut.

Combining medical knowledge with sympathetic common sense, this comprehensive handbook offers help and advice to all parents and carers of children with Down's Syndrome.

The Peanut Allergy Handbook has been described as "as vital as your EpiPen"- it is an invlaubale tool for parents and caregivers of the nut allergic child. It provides all necessary information in a simplified manner - great for caregivers, grandparents and others to understand.

The Peanut Allergy Handbook has been described as "as vital as your EpiPen"- it is an invlaubale tool for parents and . This guide for parents provides essential information on: - becoming nut free at home - anaphylaxis and how to treat - how to read labels, and terms that are used for nut products - dealing with manufacturers, restaurants and airlines - how to educate others so they will understand - keeping safe out of your home environment - support for families - future of peanut allergy.

Food Allergies: A Complete Guide for Eating When Your Life Depends on It. .

The third addition of The Peanut Allergy Answer Book is THE single best resource for peanut-allergic patients and families. I recommend it without reservation. Chief, Immunology, Allergy and Rheumatology, Texas Children's Hospital.

for Beginners Ultimate Guide to Speaking Business Korean for Beginners. Посмотреть все изображения.

100 hieroglyphs : think like an Egyptian By Kemp, Barry J -Lesley Adkins, Roy Adkins - The Keys of Egypt: The Obsession to Decipher Egyptian Hieroglyphs -ANCIENT EGYPT BEFORE WRITING: From Markings to Hieroglyphs by Alicia Meza -How to Read Egyptian Hieroglyphs: A Step-by-Step Guide to Teach Yourself by Richard Parkinson -"The Little Book of Egyptian Hieroglyphs" by Lesley and Ro. 1. Нравится Показать список оценивших. Gé Déon 25 мая 2019 в 20:46. for Beginners Ultimate Guide to Speaking Business Korean for Beginners.

In The Peanut Allergy Epidemic, Fraser delves into the history of this allergy, trying to understand why it largely develops in children and studying its relationship with social, medical, political, and economic factors. In an international overview of the subject, she compares the epidemic in the United States to sixteen other geographical locations; she finds that in addition to the United States in countries such as Canada, the United Kingdom, Australia, and Sweden, there is a one in fifty chance that a child, especially a male, will develop a peanut allergy.

Parents of infants and young children with eczema or egg allergy should consult with an allergist, pediatrician, or their general practitioner prior to feeding them peanut products. More than 600 high-risk infants between 4 and 11 months of age were assigned randomly either to avoid peanut entirely or to regularly include at least 6 grams of peanut protein per week in their diets. They found an overall 81 percent reduction of peanut allergy in children who began early, continuous consumption of peanut compared to those who avoided peanut.

The Peanut Allergy Handbook has been described as "as vital as your EpiPen"- it is an invlaubale tool for parents and caregivers of the nut allergic child. It provides all necessary information in a simplified manner - great for caregivers, grandparents and others to understand.

The Peanut Allergy Handbook has many sections that can be presonalized for each child, including photo, medical information, contact numbers and emergency instructions.

This book is a must have to keep your nut allergic child safe.

This guide for parents provides essential information on: - becoming nut free at home - anaphylaxis and how to treat - how to read labels, and terms that are used for nut products - dealing with manufacturers, restaurants and airlines - how to educate others so they will understand - keeping safe out of your home environment - support for families - future of peanut allergy

Comments

Anayaron Anayaron
If you have a child with a peanut allergy and you have already done your research, then this book does not contain any new information. If you are just starting to research information on peanut allergy then this book may be useful in some areas. It is not a big book and is not very long. The book does, however, give you the option to personalize it to your child (you write your child's name in the blanks)and gives detailed instructions to leave caregivers on how to use the Epipen and a place to put emergency contact information...but it is not worth the money. If you can get it used or for half the price...then it is worth it...Otherwise, type "peanut allergy" into Google and get the same info for free.
Saberdragon Saberdragon
Great handbook for parents, anyone that cares for your child. I gave copies to people that my son spends time with, or is in their home. My friends were amazed how much they learned and it started lots of conversations about topic
hulk hulk
Great book for those just learning to deal. Very informative and helpful. Also a quick read without the typical medical jargen that most books on this subject contain(after all we've already read that a 100 times).
Negal Negal
I have an infant that was just diagnosed with peanut allergies. This book was highly recommended - but I have to wonder if it was only by people with no common sense. There is nothing in this book that common sense doesn't tell you. And where the author has the opportunity to supply details or action information that can be used, she fails to go that extra step. The author repeatedly says to supply a list of "alternatives" to peanut snacks to other parents, but doesn't share what those alternatives are! She says peanuts are hidden in all sorts of items like common body creams and shampoo but doesn't list any brands! Thanks, Sheila for your taunting tone of, "I did the research and want to wave it under your nose, but you can't have it!" This book was a waste of money and a waste of the 20 minutes it took me to read it. Not worth the time and effort I put into tracking it down. I need real information I can use to save my child's life, this book didn't help.
Road.to sliver Road.to sliver
This is an awesome book. It is a must have to teach family members, babysitters, etc. the severity of food allergies. It also has a section explaining how to use the epi-pen. I leave it to read with whoever will be carrying for my peanut allergic daughter. If you're dealing with peanut allergies - just buy it!
Modimeena Modimeena
I have a nut allergic toddler and have read all of the information I could find. This book is the easiest to read. It skips alot of the whys and background info. It is great for a babysitter and for relatives who will be providing food for your child. I bought four copies and had all of our relatives read it and any prospective babysitters (and any future teachers). It helps them to keep your child safe and in the case of an emergency, tells how to recognize reactions and what to do. A must have!
Vut Vut
As the aunt of a nut allergic child - I had really never understood the problem. My own children don't have this allergy so I just didn't get it. My sister has a copy of this handbook and MADE me read it.

Now I get it. I recommend this book to anyone who ever has or will have to care for a nut allergic child. I know that the bright yellow page with the instructions for how to use an epipen as well as all the personalized information will be very comforting whenever I have her kids.
As a mother of a son newly diagnosed with a peanut allergy, this book did more harm than good. It is written, as the writer admits, out of fear. Yes, this is a dangerous allergy and great caution needs to be taken, but fear is not the answer. Parents and children need faith, support, and strength when confronting this challenge. There is no information in this book that is not found on the Web or in related books authored by medical professionals.