The impact of intranasal corticosteroids on lung function in children with allergic rhinitis.

@article{Kessel2014TheIO,
  title={The impact of intranasal corticosteroids on lung function in children with allergic rhinitis.},
  author={Aharon Kessel},
  journal={Pediatric pulmonology},
  year={2014},
  volume={49 9},
  pages={932-7}
}
BACKGROUND Subjects with allergic rhinitis (AR) suffer from impaired lung function, especially decreased FEF(25-75%). The purpose of this study was to examine lung function and the long-term response to INCS in AR patients with impaired lung function, and to characterize the phenotype of these children. METHODS Two hundred two children with AR underwent an allergy evaluation including a skin prick test and spirometry. Children with impaired lung function were treated with daily nasal… CONTINUE READING
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