Research Article

The Differences and Similarities between Allergists and Non-Allergists for Penicillin Allergy Management

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Management of patients with a history of penicillin-induced immediate reaction. The difference in penicillin allergy management between patients with mild and severe immediate allergic reactions was clearly demonstrated regardless of skin test availability and depending on penicillin skin test results (data represent percentages of each group, represents values < 0.01 between allergists and non-allergists, and U/A: urticaria and/or angioedema).