Changing prevalence of wheeze, rhinitis and allergic sensitisation in late childhood: findings from 2 Isle of Wight birth cohorts 12 years apart.

@article{Patil2015ChangingPO,
  title={Changing prevalence of wheeze, rhinitis and allergic sensitisation in late childhood: findings from 2 Isle of Wight birth cohorts 12 years apart.},
  author={Veeresh K. Patil and Ramesh J. Kurukulaaratchy and Carina Venter and Jane D Grundy and Graham Roberts and Taraneh Dean and Syed Hasan Arshad},
  journal={Clinical and experimental allergy : journal of the British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology},
  year={2015},
  volume={45 9},
  pages={1430-8}
}
BACKGROUND While the prevalence of asthma in children is decreasing or remaining the same, time trends in the prevalence of rhinitis in children are not known. Understanding sensitisation trends may help inform about trends in asthma and rhinitis prevalence. OBJECTIVE To assess time trends of wheeze, rhinitis and aero-allergen sensitisation prevalence at 10 years of age, we compared two birth cohorts established 12 years apart. To gain insight into differences in disease prevalence, we… CONTINUE READING
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