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RHINITIS - ALLERGIC
Allergic rhinitis is a symptomatic disorder of the nose secondary to IgE-mediated inflammation of the nasal membranes induced after exposure to allergens.
Major symptoms include nasal itching, watery rhinorrhea, nasal obstruction/congestion, sneezing and postnasal drainage.
Other symptoms include headache, conjunctival symptoms, eye pruritus, impaired smell and morning cough.
Symptoms can reverse spontaneously with or without treatment.
Drug Information
Acarizax
dermatophagoides farinae allergen extract + dermat...

Indication: House dust mite allergic asthma not well controlled by inhaled corticosteroids & associated w/ mild to sev...

Indication: Symptomatic treatment of seasonal & perennial allergic rhinitis.

Indication: Bronchial asthma. Respules: Acute laryngotracheobronchitis (croup) in infants & childn.

Indication: Regular treatment of asthma where use of combination (inhaled corticosteroid & long-acting β2

Indication: Symptomatic relief of nasal & nasopharyngeal congestion. Facilitates intranasal exam or before nasal surge...

Indication: Bronchodilator for maintenance treatment of bronchospasm associated w/ COPD including chronic bronchitis &...

Indication: Bronchodilator for maintenance treatment of bronchospasm, associated w/ COPD, including chronic bronchitis, em...

Indication: Bronchodilator for the prevention & treatment of symptoms in chronic obstructive airway disorders w/ rever...

Indication: Bronchodilator for the prevention & treatment of symptoms in chronic obstructive airway disorders w/ rever...

Indication: Relief of symptoms associated w/ allergic rhinitis & common cold including nasal congestion, sneezing, rhi...

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