Archive for the ‘Rhinitis’ Category
The news is “Paediatric Allegra,” the new option for treating rhinitis, is an antihistamine with raspberry flavor, which is characterized by not cause sedation, having a rapid onset of action and an anti-inflammatory effect. “It is effective, well tolerated and has a high level of security,” he said.
Their presentation is an oral suspension, easily dosed with a syringe metering according to patient age and severity of the disease. It is a prescription medicine, so parents should consult your pediatrician, he said.
Allegra Oral Suspension Paediatric, part of the portfolio of laboratory products for children known as Sanofi Aventis Pediatrics, said Dr. Rossana Juarez, medical director of Sanofi Aventis for Central America and the Caribbean.
The pathology and especially allergic rhinitis is one of the most frequent reasons for consultation, ranking among the top ten reasons why people seek medical attention.
The prevalence may vary between industrialized and third world and fluctuate between 17 and 27% chance of allergic disease, “however it is estimated that this prevalence may be a bit low for two special reasons: one, because the patient usually does not recognize disease and two because many times doctors do not make the correct diagnosis, “said Dr. Daniel Pazzetti, specialist in otolaryngology.
He added that typically begins to diagnose rhinitis after five years of age, but may be present at birth, as there is a major genetic factor also exists the possibility of up to 15% of spontaneous development of it.
Rhinitis is a reaction that occurs in the eyes, nose and throat when the irritants in the air (allergens) trigger the release of histamine. Histamine causes inflammation and fluid production in the fragile linings of nasal passages, sinuses and eyelids.
What are the different of rhinitis?
The two categories of rhinitis are:
* Allergic rhinitis
There are two types of allergic rhinitis:
seasonal – occurs particularly during pollen seasons.
perennial – occurs throughout the year.
The most common causes of allergic rhinitis are:
animal dander. Read the rest of this entry »
Among the most common ailments are nasal sinusitis, allergic rhinitis and coryza, as complete and definitive cure can be achieved through natural methods of treatment.
In sinusitis, an inflammation of the sinuses, usually caused by prolonged or chronic colds, for the most community of allergies and, less commonly, infections of the roots of the teeth – a blockage occurs in the nasal passages with storage of fluid secretions in the head, which causes pressure sores on cheek bones and the root of the nose, intensified when the patient leans forward. The condition can also be accompanied by mild fever and, if chronic bad breath and permanent hoarseness. In the latter case, sometimes form polyps in the nasal mucosa, making it difficult enough to breathe. Read the rest of this entry »