Allergic Rhinitis Complications and Diagnosis
Allergic rhinitis is inflammation of the membranes lining the nose, which occurs when they become sensitised to allergens.1 It is a very common condition, estimated to affect around one in every five people in the UK. A person with allergic rhinitis typically presents with..Read more
Allergic rhinitis has an impact on patients, not just in the summer months, but all year round. In fact, 59% of allergic rhinitis patients have persistent symptoms,1 which have an impact on their daily activities.2 A study has shown that 74% of perennial allergic rhinitis sufferers have a moderate to…Read more
In our last email, we highlighted how allergic rhinitis affect patients sleep, but what affect does this have on work productivity and school performance? As you can imagine, it can have a lasting impact. In fact, as a result of...Read more
Comparison of Allergic Rhinitis Treatment Options
Effective treatment when monotherapy is not considered sufficient
Dymista® has been shown to be twice as effective as fluticasone propionate or azelastine alone at treating the entire rhinitis symptom..
In a randomised, double-blind, placebo-controlled, 2-week trial involving 779 patients with moderate-to-severe seasonal allergic rhinitis...Read more
Dymista® is recommended for use as part of a stepwise pharmacological treatment algorithm by both the BSACI and the Stirling Consensus.1,2...Read more
Dymista® leads to greater symptom improvement than using either azelastine or fluticasone propionate alone.1Read more
Best Practice of Dymista®
Dymista® is suitable for long-term use For perennial allergic rhinitis patients to get the futl therapeutic benefit, regular use of treatment is essential. With Dymista®, the duration of treatment should correspond to the period of allergenic exposure and...Read more
It is important to remember that Dymista® contains two active ingredients, fluticasone propionate, an intranasal steroid and azelastine an intranasal antihistamine. Antihistamines work quickly to alleviate the immediate symptoms of..Read more
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