Miroslava Trpišová, Ľubica Jakušová
Clinical symptoms of allergy to proteins from cow milk can be commonly noticed on the skin, gastrointestinal and respiratory system. They rarely occur independently. In pathogenesis of the disease not only genetic load but also environmental factors play the role. Factors that can support onset of food hypersensitivity involve premature intestinal mucus, transient deficit of immunoglobulins as well as immunosuppressive effect of viral infections on intestinal mucus. Aim: Aim of the study was to detect the incidence of clinical symptoms of allergy to proteins from cow milk in children with positive allergy history after educational intervention. Methods: Educational program was carried out. 18-items questionnaire focused on clinical symptoms of allergy and medical documentation of a child was used to get data. Results and conclusion: In the group of children were interventional education was realized and elimination diet during breast feeding was recommended to the mother we recorded reduction of manifested symptoms or complete elimination.