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Marrs T, Anagnostou R, Fitzsimons, Fox AT. Optimising treatment of allergic rhinitis in children. Practitioner 2013;257 (1762):13-18

Optimising treatment of allergic rhinitis in children

24 Jun 2013Pais-up subscribers

Acute and chronic symptoms of allergic rhinitis can disrupt school and leisure activities, significantly reducing quality of life. Temporal patterns of exacerbation give clues as to the most important aeroallergens implicated.  Where continuing deterioration presents a challenge and allergic symptoms remain uncontrolled, patients should be referred to a specialist allergy service to be considered for immunotherapy. [With external links to the evidence base]

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