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Vasomotor rhinitis

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The following summarized guidelines for the evaluation and management of vasomotor rhinitis are prepared by our editorial team based on guidelines from the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma & Immunology (AAAAI/ACAAI 2020).
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Guidelines

1.Classification and risk stratification

Severity assessment: consider using a validated instrument (such as scoring system, scale, or questionnaire) to help determine the severity of rhinitis and to monitor the degree of disease control.
C
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2.Diagnostic investigations

Clinical examination
Elicit a complete detailed history and perform physical examination in patients presenting with symptoms of rhinitis.
B
Review all current medications in patients presenting with symptoms of rhinitis to assess whether drug-induced rhinitis may be present.
A

3.Medical management

Intranasal antihistamines
Offer intranasal antihistamines as first-line monotherapy in patients with non-allergic rhinitis.
A
Consider offering intranasal antihistamines as first-line therapy in patients with non-allergic rhinitis.
C

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