PANS/PANDAS Awareness Day 10/9
Follow the process of evaluating your patient for PANS/PANDAS then determine the treatment path based on symptom severity.
Read about the criteria for PANS/PANDAS along with summaries of the psychiatric and neurologic symptoms your patient may experience.
Treating your PANS and PANDAS patient may include antimicrobials (such as antibiotics), immunomodulatory therapy, and behavioral therapy.
FREE CME ACTIVITY:
Preventing & Responding to Insurance Denials for PANS/PANDAS Treatments
Presented by Elizabeth Irias, LMFT
ON DEMAND WEBINAR:
How Peripheral Infection Triggers Brain Inflammation
Presented by Dritan Agalliu, PhD, Columbia University – Associate Professor of Pathology and Cell Biology (in Neurology)
An updated review of PANDAS/PANS disease also known as idiopathic autoimmune encephalitis: What the allergist should know
“Due to the complexity and variability in how patients with IAE may present to the Allergist/Immunologist office, an interdisciplinary approach is imperative to provide patients with the best medical care. Still, additional research is needed to further elucidate the mechanism(s) and optimal treatment algorithm for IAE in order to facilitate broader recognition and acceptance of this condition by the medical community.”
Hannah Hardin, Wenhai Shao, Jonathan A. Bernstein,Annals of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology,2023, ISSN 1081-1206,https://doi.org/10.1016/j.anai.2023.08.022.
PANDAS PHYSICIANS NETWORK:
WHO WE ARE.
WHAT WE DO.
THE PPN MISSION
The PPN mission is to maintain the industry standard PPN Guidelines for Diagnostics and Therapeutics, foster continuous education and communication within the multi-disciplinary medical community and to sponsor research for developing diagnostic tests, treatment protocols and a cure for PANDAS/PANS within this generation.
► Receive email alerts on new research, guidelines, and treatment protocols
► Option to be recognized as a practitioner who works with PANS/PANDAS patients
► Become eligible to apply for a research grant
► Receive occasional members only benefits
NIH FUNDED RESEARCH
Elucidating the role of RXRA in the myeloid lineage in post-infectious basal ganglia encephalitis
PI/Project Leader: Dritan Agalliu, PhD
Columbia University Health Sciences