Rhinitis management guidelines

The British Society for Allergy and Clinical Immunology


Rhinitis is defined as having two of the symptoms nasal blockage, running nose (including postnasal drip), or sneezing (including nasal itch) for ≥1 hour/day for ≥2 weeks. Rhinitis can be classified as allergic, non-allergic, and infective. Nasal problems are often multifactorial, this needs to be taken into account when considering treatment.

This Guidelines summary covers diagnosis, pharmacotherapy, and includes a useful management algorithm.


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