NJ Allergy MD, Premium Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Care

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Office Locations
West Orange

155 Prospect Ave, Ste 108

West Orange, NJ 07052

Telephone: (973) 424-1300

Fax: (973) 424-1722

North Arlington

200 Belleville Tnpk, 1st floor

North Arlington, NJ 07031

Telephone: (973) 424-1300

Fax: (973) 424-1722

Office Hours

Monday 9am-5pm

Office Hours

Thursday 9am-5pm

 
Services

1

Seasonal Allergy

3

Asthma

5

Food Allergy

7

Skin Allergies | Eczema

9

Medication Allergy

11

Insect Allergy

2

Sinusitis | Sinus Treatment

4

Ocular Allergy

6

Nasal Polyps

8

Hives | Angioedema

10

Latex Allergy

12

Immune Disorders

Procedures:

1

Treatment with biologic medication

1

Oral drug challenge

1

Penicillin testing

1

Allergen blood testing

1

Allergen immunotherapy

1

Oral food challenge

1

Pulmonary function testing

1

Allergen skin testing

 
About Us

Dr. Satya Narisety

Pediatric and Adult Care

Dr. Satya Narisety is board certified in Allergy & Immunology and Pediatrics.

Dr. Narisety is currently a clicinal assistant professor at Rutgers University, and president of the NJ Allergy, Asthma and Immunology Society.

She received her medical degree at the University of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey and completed her internship and residency training in Pediatrics at New York University.

After spending a year as Clinical Assistant Professor at New York University, she underwent her Allergy & Immunology fellowship training at Johns Hopkins University.

During fellowship, she treated patients with severe asthma, food allergy, eczema, urticaria, angioedema and immunodeficiency.

She also conducted clinical trials in the treatment of food allergy including milk and peanut.

AFFILIATIONS

Member and President of NJAAIS

Publications

1.

Narisety SD, et al. Open-label maintenance after milk oral immunotherapy for IgE-mediated cow’s milk allergy. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. 2009 Sep; 124(3):610-612.

2.

Narisety SD, et al. Forecast for food allergen immunotherapy: partly desensitized or a chance of cure? Expert Review of Clinical Immunology. 2010 March; 6(2):177-179.

3.

Narisety SD, et al. Sublingual vs oral immunotherapy for food allergy: identifying the right approach. Drugs. 2012 Oct; 72(15):1977-1989.

4.

Narisety SD, et al. Food allergy: Optimal diagnosis and management. Contemporary Pediatrics. 2013 Jan; 30(1):14-22.

5.

Co-Authored, Long-term follow-up of oral immunotherapy for cow’s milk allergy. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. 2013 Sept; 132(3):737-739.e6.

6.

Narisety SD, et al. A randomized, double-blind, placebo-controlled pilot study of sublingual versus oral immunotherapy for the treatment of peanut allergy. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. 2015 May; 135(5):1275-1282.e6.

7.

Co-Authored, Suppression of the immunologic response to peanut during immunotherapy is often transient. Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology. 2015 May; 135(5): 1283-1292.

 
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