allergic rhinitis


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Related to allergic rhinitis: asthma, sinusitis
  • noun

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rhinitis caused by an allergic reaction

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The guideline is intended to focus on a limited number of quality improvement opportunities deemed most important by the working group and is not intended to be a comprehensive reference for diagnosing and managing allergic rhinitis," the authors noted.
The most common allergens that provoke perennial allergic rhinitis include dust and mites, animal fur and dander, feathers and mould spores.
Globally, it is estimated that over 400 million people suffer from allergies, with around one third of adult UAE residents having been diagnosed with allergic rhinitis.
Managing allergic rhinitis medically entails taking antihistamines, nasal steroids, decongestants and Ipratropium Bromide as advised by physicians, said Altaruti.
Ninety-four patients exhibiting signs and symptoms of allergic rhinitis and a positive skin prick test were selected and randomly divided into 2 groups.
172), despite the fact that all 3 of the allergic rhinitis patients aged 40 years and older yielded positive results (table 3).
Children with allergic rhinitis present with sneezing, rhinorrhoea, nasal obstruction and an itchy nose.
This study was carried out in Al Ain but the findings can be used as an indicator of the overall prevalence of allergic rhinitis across the UAE.
For example, Grossman (1997) suggests that up to 78% of people with asthma also suffer from allergic rhinitis.
In addition to allergen avoidance, proven treatments for seasonal allergic rhinitis include intranasal corticosteroids, oral and topical [H.
Common allergens causing seasonal allergic rhinitis are wind-borne pollens (ie, tree, grass, weed) and fungi.
Patients with perennial allergic rhinitis are more likely than those with seasonal allergic rhinitis to have asthma and to use an intranasal steroid in addition to a second-generation antihistamine, according to an analysis of information in a medical insurance claims database.
Histamine can also cause sneezing, itching, irritation, and excess mucus production, which can result in allergic rhinitis (runny nose).
com/research/2fblm7/global_allergic) has announced the addition of the "Global Allergic Rhinitis Epidemiology and Patient Flow Analysis - 2012" report to their offering.