Allergic rhinitis: Selective comparisons of the pharmaceutical options for management
Abstract:The depth and variety of pharmaceuticals available to manage the syndrome of allergic rhinitis is unparalleled. To arrive at a personal formulary, a physician would be well advised to understand what patients want and what they are willing to accept in terms of expense and adverse events. Patients want medications that are nonsteroidal, non habituating, produce no drowsiness, and could be used intermittently on demand only. This review is intended as an aid in comparing classes and formats of medications affecting nasal allergy.
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Department of Pediatrics/Immunology, University of North Texas, Fort Worth, Texas
Publication date: January 1, 2007
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