Action Plan for FPIES

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Food protein induced enterocolitis syndrome (FPIES) is a delayed gut allergic reaction, which presents with repetitive, profuse vomiting that may not start for a few hours after a triggering food(s) is eaten. Some individuals with FPIES may develop diarrhoea, lethargy, become pale, floppy and/or feel cold.

Adrenaline autoinjectors and antihistamines do not play a role in the management of FPIES.

ascia action plan for fpies

 

Content updated December 2015

 

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