rhinitis is clinically defined as a symptomatic disorder of the nose and is characterized by nasal symptoms including rhinorrhoea (runny nose), sneezing, and nasal blockage and/or itching of the nose.
Professor Dr Aftab Akhtar Head of Pulmonology at Shifa International Hospital said, Allergic
rhinitis can lead to Asthma.
Conclusion: A commonly available lipid based ointment, petroleum jelly, is a safe and effective adjuvant therapy for allergic
Safdar Nawaz, Associate Professor at Social Security Hospital, while highlighting the burden, said that Allergic
Rhinitis reduces learning ability in children.
rhinitis appears to be exceedingly common.
There is a thin line between allergic
rhinitis and nonallergic rhinitis-they have the same symptoms, except allergic
rhinitis has a high genetic predisposition, or you had a history of allergies as a child.
Furthermore, serum IL-17 and eotaxin levels were negatively correlated with pulmonary function in asthmatic patients with allergic
The review included prospective studies conducted in humans, including longitudinal observational studies and RCTs, with observational studies included if they examined an association between maternal fish Q3 PUFA intake during pregnancy and clinical outcomes of allergic
disease or sensitisation in the offspring.
The late-stage allergic
conjunctivitis pipeline consists of a new class of therapy, reformulation of existing, non-approved therapies and a therapy with a novel route of administration.
Simply stated, this means that if you are allergic
to a particular substance and then come into contact with it, you experience an allergic
reaction (eg, itching, sneezing).
Most people with asthma have allergic
asthma, resulting largely from allergic
responses to inhaled substances," said the paper's corresponding author Donald Cook, Ph.
subjects are compared to their respective controls.
The purpose of the campaign is to raise awareness of the sharp increase of anaphylaxis in children, an allergic
reaction that is severe and potentially life-threatening.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)-Findings of a new study revealed that the intestine bacteria might play an important role in influencing and controlling allergic
Eosinophils are the principal effector cells involved in the pathogenesis of allergic