A united challenge

How can pharmacists help tackle the burden of co-existing allergic rhinitis and asthma, sometimes referred to as ‘united airways disease’? By Sheshtyn Paola, MPH, clinical writer, Australian Journal of Pharmacy and Jala Moushi, GradCertPharmPrac, GradCertClinPharm(AgedCare), BPharm(Hons), community pharmacist manager KEY POINTS Allergic rhinitis (AR) and asthma are considered to be upper and lower respiratory tract manifestations of

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