TABLE 4

Description of Children Who Are Percutaneous Positive

ChildDescription
Child 1• Tested positive before IRB amendment
• Age at diagnosis, and testing completion within the median IQR age of children who were tested
• Girl
• “Rash” listed as symptom of allergy
• During initial testing a wheal diameter >3 mm larger than the negative control for both PRE-PEN and penicillin G was recorded as positive reaction
• Retested on later date and had negative percutaneous, intracutaneous and oral challenge results
Child 2• Tested positive before IRB amendment
• Age at diagnosis, and testing completion within the median IQR age of children who were tested
• Girl
• “Rash” listed as symptom of allergy
• During initial testing a wheal diameter >3 mm larger than the negative control for penicillin G was recorded as positive reaction
• Retested on later date and had negative percutaneous, intracutaneous and oral challenge results
Child 3• Tested positive after IRB amendment
• Age at allergy diagnosis within the median IQR of children who were tested
• Below the 25% IQR in the testing population
• Boy
• “Rash” and “Itching” listed as symptoms of allergy
• During initial testing a wheal diameter >3 mm larger than the negative control for penicillin G was recorded as positive reaction
• Subsequent negative results for intracutaneous and graduated oral challenge
  • IRB, institutional review board.