Urticaria is related to the rising wheals, angioedema. It is the edema of the superficial dermis, angioedema is the the subcutaneous layer and the gastrointestinal tract as pro First-line pharmacotherapy for acute and chronic urticaria is nonsedating second-generation antihistamines (histamine H1 blockers), which can be titrated to larger than standard doses found dermis. Types of urticarial include acute, chronic, physical, adrenergic, contact urticarial. Sign and symptoms are mild angioedema, lesions, diaphoresis.The diagnosis is based primarily on the clinical presentation. The need for investigations to elucidate a possible underlying cause should be guided by the presentation and response to antihistamines. Treatment includes 1st-generation H1 antihistamines, 2nd-generation H1 antihistamines (e.g. Loratadine), drug treatment therapy First generation or classic H1 receptor anti- histamine, Second-Line therapy-Anti-depressants, corticosteroids, calcium channel antagonists,Third-line therapy, other drug and future drugs also.
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Rohit R. Patil, Mayur A. Chaudhari, Tushar A. Deshmukh. A Review on Urticaria. Res. J. Pharmacology and Pharmacodynamics.2018; 10(2): 87-91. doi: 10.5958/2321-5836.2018.00016.2
Rohit R. Patil, Mayur A. Chaudhari, Tushar A. Deshmukh. A Review on Urticaria. Res. J. Pharmacology and Pharmacodynamics.2018; 10(2): 87-91. doi: 10.5958/2321-5836.2018.00016.2 Available on: https://rjppd.org/AbstractView.aspx?PID=2018-10-2-8