Preseasonal IgE ragweed antibody level as a predictor of response to therapy of ragweed hay fever with intranasal cromolyn sodium solution.

@article{Welsh1977PreseasonalIR,
  title={Preseasonal IgE ragweed antibody level as a predictor of response to therapy of ragweed hay fever with intranasal cromolyn sodium solution.},
  author={Pat Welsh and John W. Yunginger and Eugene Barton Kern and Gerald J. Gleich},
  journal={The Journal of allergy and clinical immunology},
  year={1977},
  volume={60 2},
  pages={104-9}
}
Intranasal administration of a 4% solution of cromolyn sodium for the treatment of ragweed hay fever was tested in an 8-week double-blind matched-pair study involving 66 patients. Patients on active drug received 5.2 mg into each nostril 6 times daily; control patients received a placebo spray. The treated group showed a significant reduction in mouth… CONTINUE READING