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How safe is Intranasal Corticosteroid?

Posted by: admin on: May 10, 2012

Nasal steroid drops have always been the first choice of treatment for allergic rhinitis. But its safety on long term usage has always been a cause of concern. Here is something to know about. Team@CMHF

Maintenance therapy in asthmatics is a challenge to medical profession. Study shows that response to inhaled steroid in asthmatic smokers is lesser than in non- smokers and 2 puffs twice a day works better than one twice a day. Team@CMHF

Although current clinical guidelines call for daily low-dose inhaled corticosteroid treatment for preschoolers who have recurrent wheezing and are at risk for developing asthma, that may not be the best course of action. -Team@CMHF

Allergic Rhinitis has always posed a problem to the family clinician and ENT specialists with respect to its chronicity. Usage of steroid nasal drops has become a must. Here is a study on their efficiency.    Team@CMHF

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