Clinical tips: allergic rhinitis

Don't just let patients self-select a swallowed antihistamine... an intervention could really help, writes Ben Basger There is an interesting table in the Australian Medicines Handbook that lists the symptoms of allergic rhinitis (itch/sneeze, nasal discharge, nasal blockage, eye symptoms) and the types of medicines that are poorly effective or very effective for each. Familiarity

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