Allergic rhinitis: more than just ‘troublesome’

Allergic rhinitis (AR) is often described as a ‘troublesome’ condition (causing difficulty or annoyance).5 As a result of this rather…

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Specialist Forum October 2021 issue CPDs

Below you will find links to CPD articles produced for Specialist Forum‘s October 2021 issue.

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Allergic rhinitis + asthma = united airways disease

Childhood allergic rhinitis (AR), an immunoglobulin (Ig) E-mediated condition, usually caused by sensitisation to inhaled allergens, is often missed, mistreated,…

PAF goes allergic rhinitis

AUTHOR/BYLINE: Rene Bosman 

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Spring has sprung …and so have the sniffles

In South Africa, allergy season typically starts in September and persists until May. During this period, spikes in allergic rhinitis…

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There’s something new in the air

Before considering the role of a new agent to treat and improve care of allergic rhinitis (AR), it seems wise…

PAF goes allergic rhinitis

This is a quiz page for the article ‘Platelet-Activating Factor (PAF) in Allergic Rhinitis: Clinical and Therapeutic Implications’. AUTHORS: Rosa M. Muñoz-Cano,…

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Fighting childhood inflammatory diseases with probiotics

The prevalence of chronic upper airway inflammatory diseases such as allergic rhinitis is increasing, posing a potential health threat globally.

Optimal treatment for AOE and AOMT

The frequency with which acute otitis externa (AOE) and acute otitis media with tympanostomy tubes (AOMT) are encountered in the…

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Unpacking rhinitis and asthma confusions in the time of Covid-19

This article is based on a CPD-accredited webinar,  hosted by Medical Chronicle, sister publication of Specialist Forum. The webinar was…

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