Therapy in allergic rhinoconjunctivitis: New horizons
Abstract:Allergic Rhinitis (AR) is a common disease that impacts productivity and has significant patient morbidity. We have a variety of agents available for the treatment of AR, but numerous patients still lack good control of symptoms and some are tolerating undesired side effects. Surveys have shown 1/5 of patients with AR are not fully satisfied with their AR medications and almost ½ feel they receive insufficient attention from their physicians. Newer agents for the treatment of AR are in development, and an overview of some of these are presented here.
Document Type: Research Article
Affiliations: Department of Allergy/Immunology, Gundersen Lutheran Medical Center, University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health, La Crosse, Wisconsin
Publication date: 2007-07-01
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