The COVID-19 pandemic has surprised the entire population. The world has had to face an unprecedented pandemic. Only, Spanish flu had similar disastrous consequences. As a result, drastic measures (lockdown) have been adopted worldwide. Healthcare service has been overwhelmed by the extraordinary influx of patients, often requiring high intensity of care. Mortality has been associated with severe comorbidities, including chronic diseases. Patients with frailty were, therefore, the victim of the SARS-COV-2 infection. Allergy and asthma are the most prevalent chronic disorders in children and adolescents, so they need careful attention and, if necessary, an adaptation of their regular treatment plans. Fortunately, at present, young people are less suffering from COVID-19, both as incidence and severity. However, any age, including infancy, could be affected by the pandemic. Based on this background, the Italian Society of Pediatric Allergy and Immunology has felt it necessary to provide a Consensus Statement. This expert panel consensus document offers a rationale to help guide decision-making in the management of children and adolescents with allergic or immunologic diseases.

Consensus statement of the Italian society of pediatric allergy and immunology for the pragmatic management of children and adolescents with allergic or immunological diseases during the COVID-19 pandemic / Cardinale, Fabio; Ciprandi, Giorgio; Barberi, Salvatore; Bernardini, Roberto; Caffarelli, Carlo; Calvani, Mauro; Cavagni, Giovanni; Galli, Elena; Minasi, Domenico; Miraglia del Giudice, Michele; Moschese, Viviana; Novembre, Elio; Paravati, Francesco; Peroni, Diego G.; Angela Tosca, Maria; Traina, Giovanni; Tripodi, Salvatore; Luigi Marseglia, Gian; SIAIP Task Force, The; Zicari, Anna Maria. - In: THE ITALIAN JOURNAL OF PEDIATRICS. - ISSN 1824-7288. - 46:1(2020). [10.1186/s13052-020-00843-2]

Consensus statement of the Italian society of pediatric allergy and immunology for the pragmatic management of children and adolescents with allergic or immunological diseases during the COVID-19 pandemic

Anna Maria Zicari
Membro del Collaboration Group
2020

Abstract

The COVID-19 pandemic has surprised the entire population. The world has had to face an unprecedented pandemic. Only, Spanish flu had similar disastrous consequences. As a result, drastic measures (lockdown) have been adopted worldwide. Healthcare service has been overwhelmed by the extraordinary influx of patients, often requiring high intensity of care. Mortality has been associated with severe comorbidities, including chronic diseases. Patients with frailty were, therefore, the victim of the SARS-COV-2 infection. Allergy and asthma are the most prevalent chronic disorders in children and adolescents, so they need careful attention and, if necessary, an adaptation of their regular treatment plans. Fortunately, at present, young people are less suffering from COVID-19, both as incidence and severity. However, any age, including infancy, could be affected by the pandemic. Based on this background, the Italian Society of Pediatric Allergy and Immunology has felt it necessary to provide a Consensus Statement. This expert panel consensus document offers a rationale to help guide decision-making in the management of children and adolescents with allergic or immunologic diseases.
2020
COVID-19; pandemic; child; adolescent; allergy; asthma; immunologic disease
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Consensus statement of the Italian society of pediatric allergy and immunology for the pragmatic management of children and adolescents with allergic or immunological diseases during the COVID-19 pandemic / Cardinale, Fabio; Ciprandi, Giorgio; Barberi, Salvatore; Bernardini, Roberto; Caffarelli, Carlo; Calvani, Mauro; Cavagni, Giovanni; Galli, Elena; Minasi, Domenico; Miraglia del Giudice, Michele; Moschese, Viviana; Novembre, Elio; Paravati, Francesco; Peroni, Diego G.; Angela Tosca, Maria; Traina, Giovanni; Tripodi, Salvatore; Luigi Marseglia, Gian; SIAIP Task Force, The; Zicari, Anna Maria. - In: THE ITALIAN JOURNAL OF PEDIATRICS. - ISSN 1824-7288. - 46:1(2020). [10.1186/s13052-020-00843-2]
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