Managing allergic rhinitis in people with respiratory conditions

@inproceedings{Scullion2018ManagingAR,
  title={Managing allergic rhinitis in people with respiratory conditions},
  author={Jane Scullion and Steve Holmes},
  year={2018}
}
Allergic rhinitis is common in people with asthma. The link with COPD is less well known. Jane Scullion and Steve Holmes provide an overview of the condition and how it can be diagnosed and treated in people with respiratory conditions Allergic rhinitis—a reaction to airborne allergens—is very common, affecting 10–15% of children and 26% of adults in the UK. Symptoms include sneezing, rhinorrhoea, and nasal obstruction, often accompanied by itching of the eyes, nose, and palate. Allergic… CONTINUE READING