A multiallergen and miniscreen can change primary care provider diagnosis and treatment of rhinitis.

@article{Mansfield2012AMA,
  title={A multiallergen and miniscreen can change primary care provider diagnosis and treatment of rhinitis.},
  author={Lyndon E Mansfield and Henry R Hutteman and Samuel Tyson and Andres Enriquez},
  journal={American journal of rhinology & allergy},
  year={2012},
  volume={26 3},
  pages={218-21}
}
BACKGROUND A number of studies suggested that limited economical airborne allergy screening can successfully predict true respiratory allergy and be of use to primary care providers (PCPs) in improving the accuracy of their differential diagnosis and treatment of allergic rhinitis. More accurate diagnosis would lead to proper use of intranasal corticosteroids, intranasal antihistamines, and oral antihistamines. However, to date, there have been no reports of an actual application of the screens… CONTINUE READING