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Efficacy of sublingual immunotherapy in the treatment of allergic rhinitis in pediatric patients 3 to 18 years of age: a metaanalysis of randomized, placebo-controlled,double-blind trials.
Marcucci F, Sensi L, Di Cara G, et al: Dose dependence of immunological response to sublingual immunotherapy.
Mucosal immunization application to allergic disease: sublingual immunotherapy.
Metaanalysis of the efficacy of sublingual immunotherapy in the treatment of allergic asthma in pediatric patients, 3 to 18 years of age.
Although the effect of sublingual immunotherapy is relatively easy to assess in pollen allergy, which has a fixed, seasonal occurrence, its effect on year-round dust mite allergy has been more difficult to assess, added Giovanni Passalacqua, M.
A pioneer and leader in sublingual immunotherapy treatments, Stallergenes devotes more than 20% of its turnover, in gross terms, to Research and Development and is actively involved in the development of a new therapeutic class: sublingual immunotherapy tablets.
PHT's ePRO solutions enable us to gain real insight into how patients are reacting to, and benefiting from, our innovative sublingual immunotherapy treatments for ragweed, dust mite, cat and timothy grass allergies.
Long-term subcutaneous immunotherapy (allergy shots) and sublingual immunotherapy (allergy drops) reduce the need for allergy medications and can even improve asthma control or prevent asthma from developing.
06) conducted in China aimed at assessing the efficacy and safety of sublingual immunotherapy (Staloral(R) mites 300) in adult patients suffering from asthma triggered by house dust mites.
Though widely used in Europe, there are currently no FDA approved products for sublingual immunotherapy in the United States.
Adult asthma, childhood nasal allergies, and sublingual immunotherapy (allergy drops) are among top areas of expertise for Brian Rotskoff, MD.