Supporting the appropriate diagnosis of Cow’s Milk Allergy

Join Dr Nick Makwana, a leading Allergy Specialist from the UK, in conversation with a General Practitioner (GP) who has a keen interest in paediatric allergy and how that impacts the populations she looks after.

This session aims to cover all key aspects of recognising and, first line management of, Cow’s Milk Allergy (CMA) in the primary care/community setting. The session format will be an informal Question and Answer discussion with summary points and key takeaways.


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Key insights

Participants to the webinar "Supporting the appropriate diagnosis of Cow’s Milk Allergy" will gain key insights into:

  • The challenges of recognising and diagnosing CMA
  • The key guidelines
  • The importance of allergy focused history
  • The differences between IgE and non IgE allergy
  • Management options for infants with CMA
  • The unusual presentations of CMA
Nutricia mum with cows milk allergy baby

How does cow's milk allergy affect infants

The symptoms of cow’s milk allergy are wide-ranging and non-specific. Many parents can wait months for their baby to be diagnosed with cow’s milk allergy (also known as cow’s milk protein allergy)[1]. Learn more about signs and symptoms of cow’s milk allergy and what to expect when a doctor is investigating a possible cow’s milk allergy.


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