Purpose of review: To provide a better understanding of the risk of anaphylaxis due to antiallergic and antiasthmatic biologics through an analysis of data reported in literature and in clinical trials, and by conducting a retrospective descriptive analysis of individual case safety reports on VigiBase, the WHO International Pharmacovigilance database. Recent findings: Analysis of the data, as described, demonstrated safety of the antiallergic and antiasthmatic biologics with a low incidence of anaphylaxis. Summary: Biologic therapies have revolutionized the treatment of many diseases, such as atopic dermatitis, nasal polyps, spontaneous chronic urticarial and severe asthma with a precise immunological action, in the sphere of precision medicine.Albeit these drugs are generally well tolerated, generating real-world evidence is crucial to re-evaluate clinically relevant adverse events, such as anaphylaxis, allowing to confirm their safety profile in particular in special populations such as paediatric patients.
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