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research overview Dr. Portnoy has done research in environmental assessment and interventions as a treatment for respiratory conditions such as asthma and allergic rhinittis. Dr. Portnoy also helped to develop a home environmental assessment program. He started the pollen and mold count for the Kansas City area and has published numerous papers on the effect of climate change on aeroallergens. More recently, Dr. Portnoy has written about Telemedicine as a new model for delivering care and he also has been involved in evidence-based medicine as a co-author of systematic reviews and the development of practice parameters for allergy. His current projects involve new ways to diagnose and treat patients with food allergy and better ways to interpret and use diagnostic tests using a Bayesian approach.

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Concept Environmental Exposure
Concept Occupational Exposure
Concept Evidence-Based Medicine
Academic Article Reduced clinic, emergency room, and hospital utilization after home environmental assessment and case management.
Academic Article Pathogenesis, prevalence, diagnosis, and management of exercise-induced bronchoconstriction: a practice parameter.
Academic Article Comments on Allergic Rhinitis and its Impact on Asthma (ARIA) guidelines.
Academic Article Environmental assessment and exposure control: a practice parameter--furry animals.
Academic Article A new model for environmental assessment and exposure reduction.
Academic Article Environmental assessment and exposure reduction of rodents: a practice parameter.
Academic Article Environmental assessment and exposure reduction of cockroaches: a practice parameter.
Academic Article Association of tobacco smoke exposure and atopic sensitization.
Academic Article Environmental assessment and exposure control of dust mites: a practice parameter.
Academic Article Measurement of aeroallergens from furnace filters.
Academic Article Secondhand tobacco smoke exposure in low-income children and its association with asthma.
Academic Article Mold allergy revisited.
Academic Article Practice parameter for the diagnosis and management of primary immunodeficiency.
Academic Article Exposure and Health Effects of Fungi on Humans.
Academic Article Allergy and immunology practice parameters and guidelines: The new normal.
Academic Article Treatment of seasonal allergic rhinitis: An evidence-based focused 2017 guideline update.
Academic Article Indoor Environmental Interventions and their Effect on Asthma Outcomes.
Academic Article Impact of weather and climate change with indoor and outdoor air quality in asthma: A Work Group Report of the AAAAI Environmental Exposure and Respiratory Health Committee.
Academic Article Relationship between exposure to fungi and asthma-an ongoing conundrum.
Academic Article The role and abatement of fungal allergens in allergic diseases.
Academic Article Evaluation of indoor mold exposure is what allergists do best.
Academic Article Anaphylaxis-a 2020 practice parameter update, systematic review, and Grading of Recommendations, Assessment, Development and Evaluation (GRADE) analysis.
Academic Article Clinical relevance of spore and pollen counts.
Academic Article Evidence-based strategies for treatment of allergic rhinitis.
Academic Article Health effects of indoor fungi.
Academic Article The medical effects of mold exposure.
Academic Article Utilization patterns in an asthma intervention.
Academic Article The diagnosis and management of rhinitis: an updated practice parameter.
Academic Article Strategies for primary prevention of atopy in children.
Academic Article Home and school environmental assessment and remediation.
Academic Article Low-cost interventions improve indoor air quality and children's health.

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