Reduce office visits and improve patients standard of living.

62 % of frequent antihistamine users did not test positive for allergies A new study in the current issue of Journal of Managed Care Pharmacy concludes that 62 % of regular antihistamine users did not test positive for allergies dosage . The authors recommend that objective diagnosis with an allergen-specific IgE check might yield more appropriate clinical management, reduce office visits and improve patients’ standard of living. ‘A specific-IgE test for allergy is an essential diagnostic device for managed care suppliers and should be a first step for effective treatment of allergic disease,’ stated Sheryl Szeinbach, Ph.D., Professor, Division of Pharmacy Practice and Administration, Ohio State University, the study’s lead author.