Allergic Rhinitis in Childhood and the New EUFOREA Algorithm

Glenis Kathleen Scadding, Peter Kenneth Smith, Michael Blaiss, Graham Roberts, Peter William Hellings, Philippe Gevaert, Marinda Mc Donald, Tania Sih, Suzanne Halken, Petra Ursula Zieglmayer, Peter Schmid-Grendelmeier, Erkka Valovirta, Ruby Pawankar, Ulrich Wahn

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Allergic rhinitis in childhood has been often missed, mistreated and misunderstood. It has significant comorbidities, adverse effects upon quality of life and educational performance and can progress to asthma or worsen control of existing asthma. Accurate diagnosis and effective treatment are important. The new EUFOREA algorithm provides a succinct but wide- ranging guide to management at all levels, based on previous guidelines with updated evidence and has been adjusted and approved by experts worldwide.

Original languageEnglish
Article number706589
Pages (from-to)706589
JournalFrontiers in allergy
Publication statusPublished - 2021


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