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Antiallergika

  • U. Schwabe

Zusammenfassung

Die in diesem Kapitel zusammengefaßten Antiallergika gehören überwiegend zur Gruppe der H1Antihistaminika, die bei allergischer Rhinitis und allergischen Hautreaktionen eingesetzt werden. Andere Arzneimittel für diese Indikationen werden in den Kapiteln über Rhinologika (z. B. Cromoglicinsäure), Corticosteroide und Dermatika besprochen.

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