Mold & Yeast in Children: Case Studies in Using the Urine Organic Acid and Mycotoxin Tests to Guide Treatment


Through the use of pediatric case studies, Dr. O’Hara will discuss the interpretation and use of MosaicDX’s urine Organic Acid Test (OAT) and the MycoTOX Profile in caring for patients


After this talk, the participant should be able to:

  • Discuss the use of history, physical exam and appropriate laboratory testing to help each child reach their fullest potential

  • Define the triggers and treatment of CIRS

  • Review the use of the urine MycoTOX Profile in the diagnosis and treatment of mold mycotoxin disease

The material contained within this presentation is not intended to replace the services and/or medical advice of a licensed healthcare practitioner, nor is it meant to encourage diagnosis and treatment of disease. It is for educational purposes only. Any application of suggestions set forth in the following portions of this article is at the reader’s discretion and sole risk. Implementation or experimentation with any supplements, herbs, dietary changes, medications, and/or lifestyle changes, etc., is done so at your sole risk and responsibility. Views expressed are those of the presenter and not necessarily those of Mosaic Diagnostics.

About the Author

Nancy O'Hara, MD

I’m Dr. Nancy O’Hara, a pediatrician and functional medicine practitioner with over 24 years of experience in caring for children with neurodevelopmental disorders. I work with children, their families and their practitioners to help them improve the lives of children with neurobehavioral issues and chronic illness. Today, I train medical professionals, including MDs, NDs, DOs, APRNs, PAs, nurses, dietitians, nutritionists, chiropractors, and therapists, to recognize and treat PANS/PANDAS and BGE, a complex and life-altering condition.