Allergic rhinitis management pocket reference 2008 *

  title={Allergic rhinitis management pocket reference 2008 *},
  author={Jean Bousquet and Jim Reid and Chris van Weel and C E Baena Cagnani and Giorgio Walter Canonica and Pascal Demoly and Judah A. Denburg and Wytske Johanna Fokkens and Lawrence D. Grouse and K. Mullol and Ken Ohta and T R J Schermer and Erkka J Valovirta and Nan-shan Zhong and Torsten Zuberbier},
Allergic rhinitis is a major chronic respiratory disease because of its prevalence, impacts on quality of life and work/school performance, economic burden, and links with asthma. Family doctors (also known as ‘primary care physicians’ or ‘general practitioners’) play a major role in the management of allergic rhinitis as they make the diagnosis, start the treatment, give the relevant information, and monitor most of the patients. Disease management that follows evidence‐based practice… 

Allergic Rhinitis and its Impact on Asthma (ARIA) guidelines: 2010 revision.

Guidelines for allergic rhinitis need to be used in primary care.

Clinical Practice Guidelines for allergicRhinitis have been developed over the past 15 years and have been found to improve the care for patients with allergic rhinitis and were based on various evidencebased models.

General practitioners’ central role in management of asthma and allergic rhinitis

This issue presents two guidelines – for allergic rhinitis and asthma – that review the international evidence and expertise and address the key importance of the diagnostic interpretation of signs and symptoms in the context of primary care.

ARIA pharmacy 2018 “Allergic rhinitis care pathways for community pharmacy”

This paper builds on existing studies and provides tools intended to help pharmacists provide optimal advice/interventions/strategies to patients with rhinitis, including a diagnostic questionnaire specifically focusing attention on key symptoms and markers of the disease.

Insights on Allergic Rhinitis Management from a Northern Cyprus Perspective and Evaluation of the Impact of Pharmacist-Led Educational Intervention on Patients’ Outcomes

The current management of AR has not been in accordance with the ARIA guidelines in NC and an educational intervention of the pharmacists can enhance the symptom management and improve the QoL in patients with AR.

Dissemination and Implementation of the ARIA Guidelines for Allergic Rhinitis in General Practice

The ARIA guidelines remain relatively unknown among Flemish GPs and even those who are aware of them still tend to treat AR independently of the guideline recommendations, according to a large variability in proposed therapeutic strategies.

Different phenotypes of intermittent and persistent respiratory allergy in Zagreb, Croatia.

Allergic rhinitis symptoms in subjects with IAR were significantly different than in those with PAR, and the prevalence of coexisting asthma was significantly higher in the PAR group, while the covariation of sensitization was similar.

Positioning of antihistamines in the Allergic Rhinitis and its Impact on Asthma (ARIA) guidelines

Oral antihistamines, together with intranasal corticosteroids and leucotriene antagonists, constitute important pharmacological options for the treatment of AR at all levels of severity.

Clinical utility and patient adherence with ebastine for allergic rhinitis

  • G. Ciprandi
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    Patient preference and adherence
  • 2010
Ebastine is an effective and well tolerated antihistamine that may be prescribed for the treatment of AR and the fast-dissolving tablet formulation provides a new option which may be particularly convenient for the patient.



Allergic Rhinitis and its Impact on Asthma (ARIA) 2008 *

The Zar Review Group: I.J. Bousquet, N. Khaltaev, A. R. Rabe, J. Rosado-Pinto, G. Scadding, F. Simons, E. Togias, T. Valovirta, P. Vandenplas, D. Wang, M. Stoloff, O. Williams.

Material from the IPAG Handbook has been used with permission from the International Primary Care Airways Group. References 1. International Primary Care Airways Group (IPAG)

  • Materials have been used with permission from GINA