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Early protective and risk factors for allergic rhinitis at age 4½ yr.

Alm B, Goksör E, Thengilsdottir H, Pettersson R, Möllborg P, Norvenius G, Erdes L, Aberg N, Wennergren G - Pediatr Allergy Immunol (2011)

Bottom Line: The risk was reduced with fish introduction before 9 months (0.49; 0.29-0.82).In conclusion, we found that previous and present allergic disease, heredity and male gender increased the risk of allergic rhinitis at 4½ yr of age.The introduction of fish before the age of 9 months reduced the risk.

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Affiliation: Department of Paediatrics, University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden Paediatric Outpatient Clinic, Central Infant Welfare Unit, Mölndal, Sweden. bernt.alm@medfak.gu.se

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Heredity, gender and trigger factors for rhinitis in the preschool children with current allergic rhinitis.
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fig01: Heredity, gender and trigger factors for rhinitis in the preschool children with current allergic rhinitis.

Mentions: Of the 246 infants with current allergic rhinitis, 68% were boys and 81% had a positive parental history of allergy or asthma. Seventy-three per cent reported only pollen as a trigger factor, 13% reported that symptoms were triggered by furry animals and 14% by both furry animals and pollen (Fig. 1). Among those who reported pollen as a trigger factor, 41% reported leafing, 21% grass and 38% both as a trigger. Of the children with allergic rhinitis, 40% reported a positive allergy test.


Early protective and risk factors for allergic rhinitis at age 4½ yr.

Alm B, Goksör E, Thengilsdottir H, Pettersson R, Möllborg P, Norvenius G, Erdes L, Aberg N, Wennergren G - Pediatr Allergy Immunol (2011)

Heredity, gender and trigger factors for rhinitis in the preschool children with current allergic rhinitis.
© Copyright Policy - open-access
Related In: Results  -  Collection

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fig01: Heredity, gender and trigger factors for rhinitis in the preschool children with current allergic rhinitis.
Mentions: Of the 246 infants with current allergic rhinitis, 68% were boys and 81% had a positive parental history of allergy or asthma. Seventy-three per cent reported only pollen as a trigger factor, 13% reported that symptoms were triggered by furry animals and 14% by both furry animals and pollen (Fig. 1). Among those who reported pollen as a trigger factor, 41% reported leafing, 21% grass and 38% both as a trigger. Of the children with allergic rhinitis, 40% reported a positive allergy test.

Bottom Line: The risk was reduced with fish introduction before 9 months (0.49; 0.29-0.82).In conclusion, we found that previous and present allergic disease, heredity and male gender increased the risk of allergic rhinitis at 4½ yr of age.The introduction of fish before the age of 9 months reduced the risk.

View Article: PubMed Central - PubMed

Affiliation: Department of Paediatrics, University of Gothenburg, Gothenburg, Sweden Paediatric Outpatient Clinic, Central Infant Welfare Unit, Mölndal, Sweden. bernt.alm@medfak.gu.se

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Related in: MedlinePlus