Looking for something?

Find it in our extensive resource library!

Smart Filters

  • Reset
  • Services

  • Who it's for

  • What it’s about

  • Format

Sort results by

Resource Type: Article

This resource is to support parents and guardians to introduce a specific food for your child at home. This should only be used for foods which have been suggested by your child’s allergy doctor and should not be used for a food that your child is known to have an allergy to. Before introducing...

Resource Type: Article

View: 171

Download: 37

Resource Type: Article

What happens after my child has had an unsuccessful food or medicine challenge? You need to stay on the ward for at least 2 hours after your child’s allergic reaction or until the allergy nurse and doctor are happy that they are well enough to go home. Once you are home, encourage them to...

Resource Type: Article

View: 75

Download: 0

Resource Type: Article

Introduction Legumes are a diverse family of foods which include peas, beans, chick peas, lentils, soya and peanuts. Legume allergy has been increasing over the past 5 to 10 years, particularly the incidence of pea allergy in children. Some children are allergic to all legumes while other are...

Resource Type: Article

View: 101

Download: 8

Resource Type: Article

First step Do not give them any more of the food they have been challenged to for the rest of the day. In event of delayed symptoms If there are any signs of a delayed reaction, treat your child with an appropriate dose of antihistamine (chlorphenamine or cetirizine) and contact the allergy nurses,...

Resource Type: Article

View: 75

Download: 0

Showing 1-4 of 4 results


Western Bank
S10 2TH

United Kingdom

Switchboard: 0114 271 7000

Interesting Facts

We’ve got a special MRI scanner just for teddies so children can see what it’s like before they have a scan.

Help to transform our extraordinary hospital into something even better.

Sheffield Children's@SheffChildrens
As a result of Mia donating her organs, five people received life saving transplants. Marie said: “Mia’s death has… https://t.co/RwsWVcXdO6

As of 6 July 2022 everyone (colleagues, patients and families) must wear a mask. This applies to all spaces across. all sitesMore information on how we are keeping you safe is available here.

By continuing to use the site, you agree to the use of cookies. more information

The cookie settings on this website are set to "allow cookies" to give you the best browsing experience possible. If you continue to use this website without changing your cookie settings or you click "Accept" below then you are consenting to this.