A common problem, not to be sneezed at! Allergic Rhinitis is often under recognised and poorly managed.
There are various forms of rhinitis, which is defined as inflammation of the nasal mucosa and can be due to various causes such as an allergen, infection, vaso-motor abnormality (caused by an irritant). The condition may also involve the sinuses and is known as rhino-sinusitis.
Estimates how that 60 to 78% of patients who have asthma have coexisting allergic rhinitis
This article provides a summary of a detailed review of the implications of the ‘one airway, one disease’ view for healthcare professionals (HCPs) caring for patient with rhinitis.