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Category list : Allergy

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  • The impact of allergy training for primary care nursesSubscription

    Clinical19 June, 2007

    VOL: 103, ISSUE: 25, PAGE NO: 34-35Samantha Walker, RGN, PhDDirector of education, research and development, Education for Health, Warwick. This article reports on a study undertaken to ascertain whether allergy training for primary healthcare professionals would improve the quality of life of patients with allergies.  

  • Update: Allergy training improves quality of life for patients with perennial rhinitisSubscription

    Clinical14 June, 2007

    VOL: 103, ISSUE: 24, PAGE NO: 38Research has shown that structured allergy training for primary care health professionals improves the quality of life of patients with perennial rhinitis.

  • Knowledge: Exploring the growing problem of allergySubscription

    Clinical12 June, 2007

    VOL: 103, ISSUE: 24, PAGE NO: 44Dave BurnsMSc, CertEd, RGN, RNT, is senior lecturer, Edge Hill University, Liverpool, and national training manager, Respiratory Education UK, Liverpool.Burns, D. (2007) Exploring the growing problem of allergy. Nursing Times; 103: 24, 44-45.

  • Mediterranean diet 'cuts allergy risk'Subscription

    News5 April, 2007

    A ‘Mediterranean’ diet may protect against allergic rhinitis and asthma symptoms.

  • Update - New approach to treatment for allergic rhinitis and asthmaSubscription

    Clinical7 December, 2006

    VOL: 102, ISSUE: 20, PAGE NO: 41Allergy UK and the General Practice Airways Group (GPIAG) have launched a new awareness campaign to highlight the one- airway approach to managing asthma and allergic rhinitis (AR).

  • Researchers discover egg allergy treatmentSubscription

    News23 November, 2006

    Researchers have developed a way to ‘tame’ egg allergy by gradually giving children increased quantities over time.

  • Nurse-led allergies clinic for childrenSubscription

    Share nursing ideas3 November, 2006

    A life-threatening allergy is a huge and frightening concept for a child and the rest of the family. Educating young patients and their parents, so they know how to live a full, safe life, is just one facet of the working life of Rosemary King, allergy sister and children's research sister at Southampton University Hospitals NHS Trust and the local Wellcome Trust clinical research facility (CRF).

  • The pathophysiology of allergic responsesSubscription

    Clinical16 May, 2006

    Allergic disease is estimated to affect around 15-20% of the population of the western world, with a two- to three-fold increase being seen in the past 20-30 years (Royal College of Physicians, 2003). It is a condition that has a huge impact on the lives of those who experience it (Bousquet et al, 2001).

  • Treatment of allergic rhinitis and asthmaSubscription

    Clinical16 May, 2006

    Allergic rhinitis (AR) is an inflammatory disorder of the nasal mucosa, typified by symptoms of nasal itch, sneeze,…

  • The role of nurse-led care in allergy managementSubscription

    Clinical2 August, 2005

    VOL: 101, ISSUE: 31, PAGE NO: 26 Sue Cross, BSc, RN, NPDip, FAANP, is national project manager, WIPPs General Practice Nursing Project