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National Nasal Allergy Survey Reveals Unmet Needs Still Exist Among Patients Living With Allergic Rhinitis
Date:3/21/2011

s were completely controlled over a one week time period. The vast majority of allergists, otolaryngologists and primary care providers interviewed in the survey stated intranasal corticosteroid sprays as their preferred treatment of choice for adults with moderate to severe persistent nasal allergies.

Among the patients surveyed in NASL 2010 who were familiar with intranasal corticosteroid sprays, nearly four times as many say that the benefits of these medications outweigh the drawbacks. Currently, the only intranasal corticosteroids available for the treatment of AR are products with an aqueous or "wet" spray. However, survey results found that nasal allergy patients who have used an intranasal corticosteroid spray in the last year report dripping down the throat as a moderately or extremely bothersome side effect.

"When patients experience symptoms of nasal allergies it can impact their work performance by reducing productivity, which leads to both social and economic costs," continued Dr. Gross. "Until there are products that alleviate bothersome symptoms like post-nasal drip, we'll continue to see dissatisfaction and low treatment compliance among patients. It's important for patients to maintain adherence with their medications to manage symptoms and achieve better outcomes."

About The Nasal Allergy Survey Assessing Limitations (NASL) 2010

The Nasal Allergy Survey Assessing Limitations (NASL) provides a current assessment of patient and healthcare provider perspectives concerning allergic rhinitis. A national sample of 400 people aged 18 and older, who had been diagnosed with allergic rhinitis, nasal allergies or hay fever, and who had experienced nasal allergy symptoms or taken medication for their condition in the past 12 months, were interviewed as part of this study. This national sample of adults with current nasal allergies was interviewed by telephone during May and June 2010 about their condition and treatment. In
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