ausEE Inc.

a charity dedicated to improving lives affected by an eosinophilic disease

Patient Resources

ausEE provides a variety of free patient resources for both adult and paediatric patients:

  • Trifold EGID Medical Brochures
  • ausEE Information Card (business card size with information about our support groups)
  • A4 ausEE Information flyer/poster
  • Patient Information Folders (includes 4 inserts; EGID Fact Sheet, Where to go for help, Top 8 Allergens, Food Diary sheet)
  • Meet Arabella book
  • Being Henry book
  • Olivia and Kate book
  • ausEE knitted dolls (to give to children undergoing endoscopies for EGIDs or gastrostomy surgery) 

Please complete our resources order form and we will post you copies of our free publications to distribute to your patients and display in your hospital or clinic waiting room.

All medical information has been contributed by or reviewed for accuracy by our Medical Advisory Board.

You can also place your order for patient resources by phoning our information line on 1300 923 043.


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Fact Sheet: Eosinophilic Gastrointestinal Diseases

ausEE Information Flyer/Poster


ASCIA Resources for EoE

The following eosinophilic oesophagitis (EoE) resources are available on the Australasian Society of Clinical Immunology and Allergy (ASCIA) website:

• ASCIA Action Plan* for EoE - for emergency treatment of food impaction/food bolus obstruction (FBO) due to EoE
• ASCIA Management Plan* for EoE - to guide ongoing treatment and management of EoE
• ASCIA EoE Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
• ASCIA Two Food Elimination Diet (2FED) Dietary Guide for EoE
• ASCIA Four Food Elimination Diet (4FED) Dietary Guide for EoE

These resources were developed by ASCIA involving an extensive review process working with the ASCIA EoE Working Party, ASCIA Paediatric committee and ASCIA Dietitian committee members and ausEE was delighted to be involved throughout the collaboration process.

* Please note that ASCIA Action and Management Plans for EoE are medical documents that can only be completed and signed by the patient's clinical immunology/allergy specialist or gastroenterologist and cannot be altered without their permission. We encourage patients to talk to their treating specialist about these plans and to discuss the dietary guides with their dietitian if they are currently following or plan on following an elimination diet for EoE.

Page last modified: 25 April, 2022