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Screening for Allergic Disease in a Child with Sleep Disorder and Screening for Sleep Disturbance in Allergic Disease

  • Tanvi H. Mukundan
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Abstract

Allergic disease and sleep disorders are common pediatric conditions. The interplay of these two disorders is described primarily in prevalence studies; however, there is a growing body of literature that shows how these two conditions can impact each other, both with amelioration and worsening of symptoms. Thus, it is crucial for sleep specialists, allergists, pulmonologists, otolaryngologists, and general primary care physicians to understand the connection of these two conditions, common history and physical features, and available screening tools to best serve their patients.

Keywords

Screening for allergy Pediatric allergy screening Allergy screening in children Pediatric sleep disorder Allergy and sleep disorder in children Sleep disorder and allergy in children 

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Authors and Affiliations

  • Tanvi H. Mukundan
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  1. 1.Department of Sleep MedicineAnn & Robert H. Lurie Children’s Hospital of ChicagoChicagoUSA

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