Visual analogue scale - a tool for assessing the control of allergic rhinitis

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Allergic rhinitis (AR) is the most common form of rhinitis and the most common allergic disease in children and adults. Numerous clinical studies and daily practice indicate a pronounced negative effect of symptoms of AR on patients’ quality of life, their usual daily activity, cognitive functions, mood and sleep. The type and severity of individual symptoms can vary from patient to patient, and therapy should be directed to the overall control of the symptoms of AR. It is important to obtain reliable and comparable information regarding the severity of AR symptoms before, during and after the treatment, which can be assessed using a simple and accessible tool - a visual analogue scale (VAS). VAS validated for patients with AR allows to define a controlled, partially controlled and uncontrolled AR. The article proposes an algorithm for the treatment of AR, depending on the severity of the symptoms, assessed using VAS.

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N M Nenasheva

FGBOU DPO Russian Medical Academy of Continuing Professional Education

Email: 1444031@gmail.com

E P Terekhova

FGBOU DPO Russian Medical Academy of Continuing Professional Education

O S Bodnya

FGBOU DPO Russian Medical Academy of Continuing Professional Education

O V Sebekina

FGBOU DPO Russian Medical Academy of Continuing Professional Education

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