A significant proportion of patients remain symptomatic and uncontrolled on treatment, even when taking multiple medications. This section of the Knowledge Centre aims to inform about the wide range of treatments available and their combinations, such as antihistamines, corticosteroids, anticholinergics, leukotriene receptor antagonists, cromones and more, to help improve symptom control and quality of life patients with allergic rhinitis. Click these links, the sections below or just continue scrolling down, the next page will load automatically.
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Discover why the inadequacy of current treatments and lack of effective symptom control places a burden on society. Professor Jean Bousquet discusses issues with combination therapies for allergic rhinitis, and what steps can be taken to enhance the effectiveness of treatment and ultimately relieve symptoms, improving quality of life.
Explore the wide range of treatment options available for allergic rhinitis, including antihistamines, decongestants, chromones, combination therapies and more.
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