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Document type:
journal article 
Author(s):
Zuberbier, T; Aberer, W; Brockow, K; Grabbe, J; Hamelmann, E; Hartmann, K; Jakob, T; Maurer, M; Merk, HF; Ollert, M; Rueff, F; Schmid-Grendelmeier, P; Staubach, P; Voigtmann, L; Wedi, B 
Title:
Therapy of urticaria: German language version of the international S3-guideline 
Abstract:
Persisting urticaria has a profound impact on the quality of life. Therefore, where causal factors cannot be eliminated, effective symptomatic treatment is required. The recommended first line treatment is the administration of new generation, nonsedating H1-antihistamines. If standard dosing is not sufficiently effective, increasing the dosage up to four-fold is recom mended. For patients who do not respond to such a treatment, it is recommended that second-line therapeutics should be administe...    »
 
Journal title abbreviation:
Rev Fr Allergol 
Year:
2012 
Journal volume:
35 
Journal issue:
Pages contribution:
187-208 
Language:
de 
Print-ISSN:
0035-2845 
TUM Institution:
r Dermatologie und Allergologie