Clinical Studies

Along with medical progress comes the continual development of new and better therapies for allergic overreactions.

Provocation Chamber

In the provocation chamber allergic patients can be exposed to different allergens. The chamber enables monitoring of allergic reactions and potential treatments, under realistic yet controlled and reproducible conditions that are independent of environmental influences.

The climatic conditions are controlled very strictly in this enclosed chamber, into which the relevant allergen is evenly distributed through a ventilation system. The allergen concentration in the chamber is continually ascertained and kept constant throughout the provocation session.

The chamber is big enough for up to 20 allergic patients. The glass wall that separates the provocation space from the rest of the office and an intercom system make constant communication with the study participants possible.