|1.||Maurer, M: 3 articles (09/2010 - 07/2009)|
|2.||Yanai, Kazuhiko: 2 articles (12/2013 - 11/2003)|
|3.||Metz, M: 2 articles (09/2010 - 07/2009)|
|4.||Kamei, Chiaki: 2 articles (01/2010 - 03/2007)|
|5.||Bonilla-Lopez, Sonia: 1 article (12/2015)|
|6.||Tlacuilo-Parra, Alberto: 1 article (12/2015)|
|7.||Hernández-Arana, Socorro: 1 article (12/2015)|
|8.||Guevara-Gutierrez, Elizabeth: 1 article (12/2015)|
|9.||Ohsaki, Yoshinobu: 1 article (06/2015)|
|10.||Sasaki, Takaaki: 1 article (06/2015)|
04/01/2014 - "Second generation, non-sedating antihistamines are recommended as first line treatment for chronic spontaneous urticaria. "
01/01/1990 - "Histamine H1 receptor antagonists are a mainstay in the management of chronic/chronic recurrent urticaria (c./c.r.U.). "
12/01/2015 - "First-line treatment for chronic urticaria is H1 non-sedating antihistamines. "
04/01/2014 - "Up-dosing of non-sedating antihistamines in chronic urticaria: Need for well-designed clinical trials in India."
03/01/2014 - "In a randomized double-blind trial at the Department of Dermatology and Venereology of a tertiary care centre, 29 patients with chronic spontaneous urticaria not responding well to H1 antihistaminics were recruited. "
08/01/2007 - "After adjustment, cases were significantly more likely than controls to have had allergic rhinitis symptoms during the examination period (odds ratio [OR], 1.4; 95% CI, 1.1-1.8; P = .002), to have taken any allergic rhinitis medication (OR, 1.4; 95% CI, 1.1-1.7; P = .01), or to have taken sedating antihistamines (OR, 1.7; 95% CI, 1.1-2.8; P = .03). "
10/01/2003 - "Medical management "best practices" of diagnosed allergic rhinitis should include avoidance of sedating antihistamines to minimize acute, traumatic injury risks."
10/01/2003 - "Aeroallergens, allergic rhinitis, and sedating antihistamines: risk factors for traumatic occupational injury and economic impact."
01/01/2002 - "Sedating antihistamines exacerbate daytime somnolence and should be avoided in patients with allergic rhinitis. "
03/01/1999 - "Histamine H1 -receptor antagonists are generally considered first-line therapy for the management of allergic rhinitis. "
04/01/2009 - "Histamine H1 antagonists are effective in atopic cough, but their efficacy in NAEB is unknown. "
01/01/2014 - "In 2010 the mean number of drugs prescribed per consultation was 3.2, of which the commonly prescribed medication were sedating antihistamines (79.9%), analgesia (58.9%), throat lozenges (40.4%) and expectorant cough syrup (33.8%). "
10/01/2014 - "The cough can be treated successfully with histamine H1 antagonists and/or glucocorticoids. "
04/01/2009 - "There may be two subtypes in the last category; one is cough responsive to anti-mediator drugs such as leukotriene receptor antagonists and histamine H1 receptor antagonists, and the other is cough due to co-morbid conditions such as gastroesophageal reflux. "
10/01/2012 - "Agents used in the management of adult cough, such as narcotics (codeine, hydrocodone), the non-narcotic opioid dextromethorphan, first-generation, potentially sedating antihistamines, and decongestants such as pseudoephedrine, have all been deemed inadequate for treatment of acute pediatric cough on a risk/benefit basis. "
01/01/2004 - "[Topical H1 antihistaminics in the therapy of acute conjunctival allergic reactions]."
01/01/2001 - "The expected lowered productivity of those workers with allergies who used sedating antihistamines may have been offset by their relatively lower level of symptom severity and by the nature of the job and the productivity measures used."
10/01/2003 - "Workers with physician-diagnosed allergic rhinitis have as high a reliance on sedating antihistamines as do self-diagnosed and self-medicating nasal allergy sufferers. "
11/01/2004 - "Antihistamines (histamine H1 receptor antagonists) are a mainstay treatment for atopic allergy, yet they are only partially effective in relieving the symptoms of the disease. "
09/01/2001 - "The use of sedating antihistamines by allergy sufferers remains common, and physicians continue to prescribe these older antihistamines with great frequency. "
06/01/2010 - "The newer, less-sedating antihistamines seem to be effective in the treatment of ACU in terms of their ability to significantly reduce the presence of wheals and pruritus after cold exposure. "
10/01/2009 - "Many medicines exist which can cause pruritus (itching) as "serious adverse events." Many severe pruritic conditions respond poorly to histamine H1 receptor antagonists; there is no generally accepted antipruritic treatment. "
07/01/2009 - "The results of this case series suggest a high antipruritic effect in chronic pruritus by administration of high-dosage, non-sedating antihistamines. "
02/01/2015 - "The development group also made a strong recommendation that clinicians recommend oral second-generation/less sedating antihistamines for patients with AR and primary complaints of sneezing and itching. "
04/01/1999 - "Sedating antihistamines are not needed for long-term itching, because glucocorticoids are indicated and more effective. "
|1.||Histamine Antagonists (Antihistamines)
|2.||Histamine (Histamine Dihydrochloride)
|3.||Adrenal Cortex Hormones (Corticosteroids)
|3.||Phototherapy (Light Therapy)
|5.||Drug Therapy (Chemotherapy)