J. Andrew Grant, MD


Managing Allergic Rhinitis: The Role of Pharmacotherapy

November 10, 2009

While avoidance measures are a key component of the treatment of allergic rhinitis, pharmacological therapies are often needed to adequately control symptoms. Intranasal corticosteroids are highly effective and are particularly useful in patients with moderate to severe disease.

Allergic Disorders: When Should You Consider Immunotherapy?

April 01, 2007

Allergic disorders are becoming more common. For example, about 20% of Americans have allergic rhinitis, which accounts for more than 10 million office visits each year. Most of these visits are to primary care clinicians.