The Updated iMAP Guideline

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Moooo-ve over MAP guidelines the new iMAP (International Milk Allergy in Primary Care) guidelines have been released (on the 23/08/17)  🐮

This is an infographic which I made to summarise some of the main updates in the new guideline 🐄 

You can access the full updated guidelines here and the new iMAP milk ladder here.

These guidelines are intended for use by health professionals only. If you suspect that you or a family member may have a milk allergy please see your doctor for a full assessment. 

 

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