|Abstract:||Purpose: A systematic review performed to determine the effect of preventative measures against food allergies in child care. Methods: We searched for references published through November 2007 by 5 search engines: ICHUSHI (Japan Medical Abstract Society web, ver. 4), PubMed，MEDLINE，CINAHL and CCRCT. These were assumed to be sufficient databases for our research. The key words were: "food allergy," "infant," "family," "patient education," "prevention and control," "care," and "nursing." Results: One overseas document has been extracted as an intervention research paper. In addition, after retrieving date without limiting it to the intervention study, 11 documents were extracted. The content of the thesis was based on research about disease management, the family's lifestyle, and research on psychology. Discussion: There was no domestic research paper, though three total researches on the injection with epinephrine existed in foreign countries including one intervention study. In a domestic research paper, the investigation of actual conditions of the eating habits at home and the child-care facility was central. Moreover, it was not about the intervention study on the psychological condition and medical needs for the family who supported the child's treatment.