allergic rhinitis


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rhinitis caused by an allergic reaction

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The global allergic rhinitis market is geographically segmented into Europe, America, Asia Pacific, and the Middle East & Africa.
Eosinophils, which are the source of ECP, are found in nasal mucosa in allergic rhinitis (11).
According to a Swedish study conducted in 2008, 37% of the study population reported at least 1 day missed from work due to the troublesome symptoms of allergic rhinitis. The mean productivity loss for all workers, associated with absenteeism, presenteeism or taking care of a child with allergic rhinitis (caregiver absenteeism), was 5.1 days, which translated into a 22% decrease in the mean productivity level [38].
The doctors were of unanimous opinion that allergic rhinitis represents a global health problem and does significantly effect quality of life of the sufferers, including both adults as well as children.
These findings are consistent with our observation during clinical work that SLIT drops may not work at times.[19],[26] de Bot et al .[13] also noted that SLIT drops with HDM allergens are no better than placebo regarding the efficacy of reducing rhinitis symptoms in adolescents suffering from allergic rhinitis. The sample size was 251 patients.
When allergic rhinitis is caused by outdoor allergens, e.g., mould or trees, grass and weed pollens - it is often referred to as seasonal allergies, or 'hay fever',' said Allergic rhinitis may also be triggered by allergens found in the home, such as animal dander, indoor mould, or house dust mites.
When allergic rhinitis is caused by outdoor allergens, e.g., mould or trees, grass and weed pollens it is often referred to as seasonal allergies, or 'hay fever',' said Allergic rhinitis may also be triggered by allergens found in the home, such as animal dander, indoor mould, or house dust mites.
In a study looking at the natural history of children with both AD and food allergy attending a tertiary allergy clinic, 75% of children had another atopic condition, [13] with 44% having both allergic rhinitis and asthma, 27% having allergic rhinitis in isolation and 4% having asthma in isolation.
Allergic rhinitis is a global health problem and is increasing in prevalence.
Aims: To assess nasal mucosal changes and measure the submucosal fibrosis in allergic rhinitis patients with sonoelastography.
Allergic rhinitis is a major respiratory allergic disease, the prevalence of which is increasing in the general population (Strachan et al., 1997).
TEHRAN (FNA)- Children with a history of food allergy have a high risk of developing asthma and allergic rhinitis during childhood as well.
Allergic rhinitis is an Immunoglobulin E (IgE) mediated illness.
Up to 30% of people in the United States have allergic rhinitis. Nationwide, costs related to allergic rhinitis are estimated at billions of dollars each year and reflect missed work and school days, physician office visits for diagnosis, medications for treatment, and reduced quality of life.