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Comparison of Montelukast and Azelastine In treatment of Allergic Rhinitis Allergic intent is one of the most common diseases of the respiratory system that has a devastating effect on the quality of life. The importance of studying this disease can be seen from the high prevalence of this diseas. In addition to the high prevalence, due to the reducing effect of this disease on the economy and academic performance of patients, a great burden is imposed by this disease on the country's health care system.Also finding the best treatment of allergic can help to control of Asthma if exists concurrently.

Inflammation of the nasal mucosa following the release of IgE can be shown as symptoms of runny nose, sneezing, nasal congestion.Many studies have been done in the field of allergic rhinitis to increase the cost-effectiveness of treatment of this complication. Among the treatments for this disease is the use of antihistamine nasal sprays such as Azelastine. Combination therapies such as combining Mometason furoate or fluticasone with Azelastine or Montelukast can also be mentioned. However, there is still a long way to go to find the best drug combination to reduce the economic and human costs to the global health system. Due to the high prevalence of allergic diseases such as allergic rhinitis, finding the best treatment or management of such diseases plays an important role in improving the quality of life and reducing the economic burden on society.


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NCT number NCT04561687
Study type Interventional
Source Shiraz University of Medical Sciences
Contact Nasrin Mortazavi Far
Phone 989195774656
Email nasrinmortazavi@yahoo.com
Status Recruiting
Phase N/A
Start date January 16, 2020
Completion date December 15, 2021

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