True Health Allergy Profiles

It can be challenging to diagnose the specific causes of the wide range of symptoms that can result from food or inhalant allergies. True Health now offers three allergy profiles, via FDA-approved testing, to identify the most common food and inhalant allergens seen in symptomatic adult and pediatric patients.

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Food Allergy Profile

The difference between a true food allergy and a food sensitivity (or intolerance) can often be confusing for patients.

The Food Allergy Profile from True Health provides clinicians the diagnostic information needed to help patients avoid foods that could potentially cause an adverse allergic reaction, as well as minimize unnecessary diet restrictions.

Food Allergens Included

Egg white

Milk

Peanut

Cod fish

Wheat

Sesame

Soybean

Hazelnut

Almond

Shrimp

Tuna

Salmon

Cashew

Walnut

Scallop

Total IgE for Allery

Regional Inhalant Allergy Profile

Understanding the cause of chronic respiratory symptoms can be challenging. Allergic and non-allergic triggers can cause similar symptoms, and patients often have allergic sensitivity to more than one allergen.

The Regional Inhalant Allergy Profile from True Health provides clinicians insight into patients’ individual sensitization to more effectively manage chronic respiratory symptoms.

Inhalant Allergens Included

Note: allergens included in this profile may vary according to the patient’s region.

Animal
Cat dander, Dog dander, Mouse urine protein

Insects
Cockroach, Dust mite (D. pteronyssinus), Dust mite (D. farinae), Storage mite (Blomia tropicalis)

Trees
Maple (box elder; Acer negindo), Alder (Alnus incana), Birch (Betula verrucosa), Mountain Cedar (Juniperus sabinoides), Oak (Quercus alba), Elm (Ulmus americana), Olive (Olea europaea), Walnut (Juglans californica), Maple leaf sycamore – London Plane, Cottonwood (Populus deltoides), White ash (Fraxinus americana), Acacia (Acacia species), Pecan/Hickory (Pecan, Carya soecue), Mulberry, Australian pine (Causarina equisetifolia)

Grasses
Bermuda grass (Cynodon dactylon), Perennial rye grass (Lolium perenne), Timothy grass (Phleum pratense), Johnson grass (Sorghum halepense), Bahia grass (Paspalum notatum)

Weeds
Common ragweed (short; Ambrosia elatior), Mugwort, Russian Thistle (Saltwort, Salsola kali), Rough pigweed (Amaranthus retroflexus), Rough marsh elder (Iva), Sheep sorrel (Rumex acetosella), Nettle (Urtica dioica)

Microorganisms
Penicillium notatum, Cladosporium herbarum, Aspergillus fumigatus, Alternaria alternata

Total IgE for Allergy

Pediatric Food and Inhalant Allergy Profile

Pediatric allergies can be difficult to diagnose due to the wide spectrum of overlapping symptoms and patient communication challenges. Additionally, as children age, it is common for them to transition from one category of allergic triggers to another.

The Pediatric Allergy Profile from True Health provides clinicians comprehensive diagnostic insight to the most common food and perennial inhalant allergens for pediatric patients.

Pediatric Allergens Included

Food
Egg white, Peanut, Milk, Soybean, Shrimp, Walnut, Cod fish, Wheat

Inhalant
Animal: Cat dander, Dog dander, Mouse urine protein
Insects: Cockroach, Dust mite (D. pteronyssinus, D. farinae)
Microorganisms: Cladosporium herbarum, Alternaria alternata

Total IgE for Allergy

Key Benefits

  • Help determine if symptoms are allergic or non-allergic

  • Reduce unnecessary restrictions, medications and referrals

  • Increase confidence in diagnosis

  • Create a personalized treatment plan for relief sooner

Confidence in Testing

The True Health Allergy Profiles help clinicians make a differential diagnosis by utilizing highly-accurate, FDA-approved blood testing technology to assess for potential IgE-mediated allergic reactions.1

This quantitative measurement of total and allergen-specific Immunoglobulin E antibodies (IgE) helps identify allergic sensitization to the most common symptom-producing food and perennial inhalant allergens.

A Simple Approach For a Comprehensive Diagnosis

Adding the True Health Allergy Profile to a review of your patient’s broader clinical evaluation increases confidence in diagnosis and helps you develop an effective treatment plan to manage allergic symptoms.

Review patient history
and conduct a physical exam

Order the medically appropriate
True Health Allergy Profile with a
single blood draw

Utilize the color-coded lab results
for an overall summary of common
allergens, plus any specific food
protein sensitivities

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Clinicians: Order supplies for the Allergy Profiles or request a new account.

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Learn more about True Health’s Allergy Profiles

Contact your True Health Representative, or call us at 1.877.433.5227.

  1. Boyce Joshua A, et al. Guidelines for the Diagnosis and Management of Food Allergy in the United States: Report of the NIAID-Sponsored Expert Panel. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 2010; 11, 22.