Friday, 16 October 2015
Hall D1 Foyer (Floor 3) (Coex Convention Center)
Abstract Objective: To investigate the efficacy of sublingual immunotherapy(SLIT) with dermatophagoides farinae for persistent allergic rhinitis coincidence between the symptoms improvement and the change of serous SIgE and SIgG. Method: Sixty-four patients of allergic rhinitis Who were divided into children group and adult group were treated with SLIT dermatophagoides farinae for 52 weeks, total nasal symptom score nasal sign score and VAS score were evaluated before and afte SLIT. Result: The three scores were descended significantly (P<0.05) after the treatment both two groups, but decline of SIgE and ascent of SIgG were not clear. Conclusion: The efficacy of SLIT with dermatophagoides farinae for persistent allergic rhinitis was prominent according to three scores, but it was not cohere between three scores and serous SIgE and SIgG.