Dr. David Peter Skoner MD
Allergist and Immunologist (Pediatric) | Pediatric Allergy/Immunology320 E North Ave Agh Kids Allergy & A Pittsburgh PA, 15212
Dr. David Skoner practices Pediatric Allergy Medicine in Pittsburgh, PA. A pediatric allergist/immunologist finds and treats allergies and immune system problems that child patients suffer from. Dr. Skoner treats the reactions caused by pet dander, pollen, dust, mold spores, insect stings, food, and medications; those reactions include asthma, hay fever, hives, eczema, or a very severe and unusual reaction called anaphylaxis.
Education and Training
Temple Univ Sch of Med, Philadelphia Pa 1980
PediatricsAmerican Board of PediatricsABP
- Psychological stress, cytokine production, and severity of upper respiratory illness.
- Evidence for cytokine mediation of disease expression in adults experimentally infected with influenza A virus.
- Diminished IL-10 production in subjects with allergy after infection with influenza A virus.
- Personality and tonic cardiovascular, neuroendocrine, and immune parameters.
- The impact of personality on the reporting of unfounded symptoms and illness.
- Once-daily budesonide inhalation suspension for the treatment of persistent asthma in infants and young children.
- Short-term and long-term safety of budesonide inhalation suspension in infants and young children with persistent asthma.
- Clinical use of nebulized budesonide inhalation suspension in a child with asthma.
- Longitudinal growth in infants and young children treated with budesonide inhalation suspension for persistent asthma.
- Complications of allergic rhinitis.
- Illness and otological changes during upper respiratory virus infection.
- Pharmacokinetics, pharmacodynamics, and the delivery of pediatric bronchodilator therapy.
- Abnormal middle ear pressures during experimental influenza A virus infection--role of Eustachian tube function.
- Management and treatment of pediatric asthma: update.
- Effect of intranasal challenge with interleukin-6 on upper airway symptomatology and physiology in allergic and nonallergic patients.
- Issues and challenges in pediatric asthma.
- Allergic rhinitis: definition, epidemiology, pathophysiology, detection, and diagnosis.
- Urinary histamine metabolite elevations during experimental influenza infection.
- Low-dose levalbuterol in children with asthma: safety and efficacy in comparison with placebo and racemic albuterol.
- Growth effects of asthma and asthma therapy.
- Effect of experimental influenza A infection on systemic immune and inflammatory parameters in allergic and nonallergic adult subjects.
- Balancing safety and efficacy in pediatric asthma management.
- Outcome measures in childhood asthma.
- Nasal and oral nitric oxide levels during experimental respiratory syncytial virus infection of adults.
- Viral rhinitis.
- Nasal and otologic effects of experimental respiratory syncytial virus infection in adults.
- Use of intranasal cromolyn sodium for allergic rhinitis.
- Viral infection and allergy: lower airway.
- Cytokine gene polymorphisms moderate responses to respiratory syncytial virus in adults.
- New enzyme immunoassay for salivary cortisol.
- Effect of respiratory syncytial virus infection during early infancy on the ontogeny of cytokine immune responses.
- The effects of intranasal triamcinolone acetonide and intranasal fluticasone propionate on short-term bone growth and HPA axis in children with allergic rhinitis.
- Cytokine gene polymorphisms moderate illness severity in infants with respiratory syncytial virus infection.
- Comparison of subject-reported allergy versus skin test results in a common cold trial.
- Emotional style and susceptibility to the common cold.
- Inhaled steroids and the risk of adrenal suppression in children.
- Sociability and susceptibility to the common cold.
- Rhinovirus 39 infection in allergic and nonallergic subjects.
- Elevations of local leukotriene C4 levels during viral upper respiratory tract infections.
- Association between TNF-alpha and TGF-beta genotypes in infants and parental history of allergic rhinitis and asthma.
- A trial of nebulized magnesium sulfate to reverse bronchospasm in asthmatic patients.
- Diminished dendritic cell interleukin 10 production in atopic children.
- Childhood socioeconomic status and host resistance to infectious illness in adulthood.
- State and trait affect as predictors of salivary cortisol in healthy adults.
- Effect of dextromethorphan, diphenhydramine, and placebo on nocturnal cough and sleep quality for coughing children and their parents.
- Nasal cytokines as mediators of illness during the common cold.
- A detailed method for isolation and purification of human cutaneous mast cells.
- Evaluation of levalbuterol metered dose inhaler in pediatric patients with asthma: a double-blind, randomized, placebo- and active-controlled trial.
- The effect of Na+-K+ ATPase inhibition by ouabain on histamine release from human cutaneous mast cells.
- Role of single nucleotide polymorphisms of cytokine genes in spontaneous preterm delivery.
- Viral and bacterial rhinitis.
- Effect of terfenadine on nasal, eustachian tube, and pulmonary function after provocative intranasal histamine challenge.
- Assessment of the long-term safety of inhaled ciclesonide on growth in children with asthma.
- Antihistamines in the pediatric population: achieving optimal outcomes when treating seasonal allergic rhinitis and chronic urticaria.
- A circulating inhibitor of the platelet Na+,K+ adenosine triphosphatase (ATPase) enzyme in allergy.
- A randomized, double-blind, parallel-group, multicenter, placebo-controlled study of the safety and efficacy of extended-release guaifenesin/pseudoephedrine hydrochloride for symptom relief as an adjunctive therapy to antibiotic treatment of acute re
- Addressing steroid phobia: improving the risk-benefit ratio with new agents.
- Safety and efficacy of inhaled corticosteroids (ICS) in children with asthma.
- Allergic rhinitis, histamine, and otitis media.
- New asthma drugs: small molecule inhaled corticosteroids.
- Oseltamivir treatment for acute otitis media in children with influenza.
- Efficacy and safety of timothy grass allergy immunotherapy tablets in North American children and adolescents.
- Sublingual immunotherapy in patients with allergic rhinoconjunctivitis.
- Ciclesonide: a safe and effective inhaled corticosteroid for the treatment of asthma.
- Physiologic responses to intranasal dose-response challenges with histamine, methacholine, bradykinin, and prostaglandin in adult volunteers with and without nasal allergy.
- Laser-printer rhinitis.
- Inhaled steroid controller-medication use in childhood has a negative effect on final adult height.
- Plasma elevations of histamine and a prostaglandin metabolite in acute bronchiolitis.
- A critical review of the effects of inhaled corticosteroids on growth.
- Nasal physiology and inflammatory mediators during natural pollen exposure.
- Risk of adverse effects, misdiagnosis, and suboptimal patient care with the use of over-the-counter triamcinolone. Con.
- Sublingual immunotherapy in children: the recent experiences.
- Sinus and adenoid inflammation in children with chronic rhinosinusitis and asthma.
- The Future of Sublingual Immunotherapy in the United States.
- The tall and the short: Repainting the landscape about the growth effects of inhaled and intranasal corticosteroids.
- Inhaled corticosteroids: Effects on growth and bone health.
- Clinical features of adolescents with chronic idiopathic or spontaneous urticaria: Review of omalizumab clinical trials.
- Plasma elevations of histamine and a prostaglandin metabolite in acute asthma.
- Pediatric predictive index for hospitalization in acute asthma.
- Eustachian tube obstruction (ETO) after histamine nasal provocation--a double-blind dose-response study.
- Reproducibility of the effects of intranasal ragweed challenges in allergic subjects.
- State and trait negative affect as predictors of objective and subjective symptoms of respiratory viral infections.
- Effect of experimental influenza A virus infection on isolation of Streptococcus pneumoniae and other aerobic bacteria from the oropharynges of allergic and nonallergic adult subjects.
- Effect of experimental rhinovirus 39 infection on the nasal response to histamine and cold air challenges in allergic and nonallergic subjects.
- Effect of rhinovirus 39 infection on cellular immune parameters in allergic and nonallergic subjects.
- In vitro modulation of platelet sodium, potassium adenosine triphosphatase enzyme activity by antiallergy drugs.
- Effect of influenza A virus infection on natural and adaptive cellular immunity.
- Lower airway responses to influenza A virus in healthy allergic and nonallergic subjects.
- Modulation of histamine release by sodium, potassium adenosine triphosphatase inhibition.
- Risk/benefit ratio of inhaled steroids.
- A role for the sodium, potassium adenosine triphosphatase (Na+,K+ ATPase) enzyme in degranulation of rat basophilic leukaemia cells.
- The relationship between airway hyperreactivity (AHR) and sodium, potassium adenosine triphosphatase (Na+,K+ ATPase) enzyme inhibition.
- Inhibition of the sodium, potassium adenosine triphosphatase enzyme in peripheral blood mononuclear cells of subjects with allergic rhinitis.
- Suppression of in vivo cell-mediated immunity during experimental influenza A virus infection of adults.
- Lower airway responses to rhinovirus-Hanks in healthy subjects with and without allergy.
- Inhibition of peripheral blood mononuclear cell proliferation by cardiac glycosides.
- Social ties and susceptibility to the common cold.
- Efficacy and safety of oral immunotherapy with short ragweed extract.
- Rhinovirus infection induces mucus hypersecretion.
- Types of stressors that increase susceptibility to the common cold in healthy adults.
- Joint Task Force summary statements on Diagnosis and Management of Rhinitis.
- Diagnosis and management of rhinitis: complete guidelines of the Joint Task Force on Practice Parameters in Allergy, Asthma and Immunology. American Academy of Allergy, Asthma, and Immunology.
- Univ Of Pittsburgh Med Ctr, Allergy And Immunology; Childrens Hosp Med Ctr, Pediatrics
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