THE PREVALENCE ОF FOOD ALLERGIES IN CHILDREN IN WORLD NIDUS OF OPISTHORCHIASIS: BACKGROUND AND STUDY METHODOLOGY OF EPIDEMIOLOGICAL SURVEY EUROPREVALL

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According to numerous surveys food allergy affects up to 2–6% of population in different countries and varies due to numerous factors including the prevalence of helminths infestation. The food allergy prevalence data in Russia are based on official medical statistics. The study was performed as part of «The Prevalence, Cost and Basis of Food Allergy Across Europe» (EU funded project № FP6-2006-TTC-TU-5 Proposal 045879 EuroPrevall). The aim is to create the concept of food allergy in children in opisthorchiasis endemic area based on epidemiological study of the prevalence, risk factors and clinical features. The main objective of the study will be the working out of the food safety regulations. This article describes the study design and its methodology.

 


O. S. Fedorova

Siberian State Medical University, Tomsk, Russian Federation

Author for correspondence.
Email: osf77@list.ru

Russian Federation PhD, Professor, Department of Pediatric Faculty with a Course of Children Diseases of the Medical Faculty State Budget Educational Institution Highest Vocational Education «Siberian State Medical University» Address: 634050, Tomsk, Moscovsky Trakt St., 2; tel.: +7(3822)514967

L. M. Ogorodova

Siberian State Medical University, Tomsk, Russian Federation

Email: lm-ogorodova@mail.ru

Russian Federation PhD, Professor, RAMS cor. member, Head of the Department of Department of Pediatric Faculty with a Course of Children Diseases of the Medical Faculty State Budget Educational Institution Highest Vocational Education «Siberian State Medical University» Address: 634050, Tomsk, Moscovsky Trakt St., 2; tel.: +7(3822)514967

M. M. Fedotova

Siberian State Medical University, Tomsk, Russian Federation

Email: letter.81@mail.ru

Russian Federation Ph.D student, Department of Pediatric Faculty with a Course of Children Diseases of the Medical Faculty State Budget Educational Institution Highest Vocational Education «Siberian State Medical University» Address: 634050, Tomsk, Moscovsky Trakt St., 2; tel.: +7(3822)514967

T. A. Evdokimova

Siberian State Medical University, Tomsk, Russian Federation

Email: et2005@yandex.ru

Russian Federation PhD, Postdoctoral student, Department of Pediatric Faculty with Course of Children Diseases of the Medical Faculty State Budget Educational Institution Highest Vocational Education «Siberian State Medical University» Address: 634050, Tomsk, Moscovsky Trakt St., 2; tel.: +7(3822)514967

I. A. Deev

Siberian State Medical University, Tomsk, Russian Federation

Email: ivandeyev@yandex.ru

Russian Federation PhD, Professor, Department of Pediatric Faculty with a Course of Children Diseases of the Medical Faculty State Budget Educational Institution Highest Vocational Education «Siberian State Medical University» » Address: 634050, Tomsk, Moscovsky Trakt St., 2; tel.: +7(3822)514967

E. V. Deeva

Siberian State Medical University, Tomsk, Russian Federation

Email: evgeniavk@yandex.ru

Russian Federation PhD, Tutor, Department of Pediatric Faculty with a Course of Children Diseases of the Medical Faculty State Budget Educational Institution Highest Vocational Education «Siberian State Medical University» Address: 634050, Tomsk, Moscovsky Trakt St., 2; tel.: +7(3822)514967

E. M. Kamaltynova

Siberian State Medical University, Tomsk, Russian Federation

Email: eleant21@yandex.ru

Russian Federation PhD, Associate Professor, Department of Pediatric Faculty with a Course of Children Diseases of the Medical Faculty State Budget Educational Institution Highest Vocational Education «Siberian State Medical University» » Address: 634050, Tomsk, Moscovsky Trakt St., 2; tel.: +7(3822)514967

I. L. Kolomeets

Siberian State Medical University, Tomsk, Russian Federation

Email: kolomeets@bk.ru

Russian Federation Resident, Department of Pediatric Faculty with a Course of Children Diseases of the Medical Faculty State Budget Educational Institution Highest Vocational Education «Siberian State Medical University» Address: 634050, Tomsk, Moscovsky Trakt St., 2; tel.: +7(3822)514967

E. S. Kulikov

Siberian State Medical University, Tomsk, Russian Federation

Email: evgeny.s.kulikov@gmail.com

Russian Federation PhD, Postdoctoral student, Department of Hospital Therapy State Budget Educational Institution Highest Vocational Education «Siberian State Medical University». Address: 634050, Tomsk, Moscovsky Trakt St., 2; tel.: +7(3822)514967

P. A. Selivanova

Siberian State Medical University, Tomsk, Russian Federation

Email: p.selivanova@mail.ru

Russian Federation PhD, Tutor, Department of Hospital Therapy State Budget Educational Institution Highest Vocational Education «Siberian State Medical University». Address: 634050, Tomsk, Moscovsky Trakt St., 2; tel.: +7(3822)514967

Zh. A. Spitsko

Siberian State Medical University, Tomsk, Russian Federation

Email: spitsko@yandex.ru

Russian Federation Head of the Department of Commercialization оf Scientific Research State Budget Educational Institution Highest Vocational Education «Siberian State Medical University». Address: 634050, Tomsk, Moscovsky Trakt St., 2; tel.: +7(3822)514967

E. A. Starovoitova

Siberian State Medical University, Tomsk, Russian Federation

Email: elena-starovoytova@yandex.ru

Russian Federation PhD, Associate Professor, Department of General Practice and Outpatient Therapy «Siberian State Medical University» Address: 634050, Tomsk, Moscovsky Trakt St., 2; tel.: +7(3822)514967

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