Cow's milk protein allergy in primary care: what's on the horizon? (Sponsored by Nutricia) | GPnotebook TV

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Cow’s milk protein allergy in primary care: what’s on the horizon? (Sponsored by Nutricia)

21 October 2020


Dr Bhupinder Sihra (Consultant Paediatrician, Oaks Hospital, Colchester) examines topics including the presentation and diagnosis of cow's milk protein allergy (CMPA), differentiating between immunoglobulin E (IgE) and non-IgE mediated symptoms, referral and the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on the management of CMPA in primary care.

This video was originally broadcast on 28 September 2020. Please note that the speaker is not able to answer questions from attendees watching the video on-demand.

Date of preparation: October 2020


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