Allergic problems


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12 Oct 2016 Actair Initiation Treatment Sublingual tablets is a brand of medicine. Find out about side effects, who can and who shouldn’t use Actair Initiation Treatment Sublingual tablets by reading the latest Australian consumer medicine information. See our tips on how to use medicines wisely and safely.
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20 Jul 2016 The TGA recently released a safety update on bromhexine-containing cough and cold medicines after a small number of cases of allergic and skin reactions. Find out more.
For health professionals (Health professional publication)
08 Dec 2015 Andrographis paniculata, a herbal remedy for fevers, colds and flu, has been linked to anaphylaxis and allergy by the TGA. Find out more.
(Consumer publication)
10 Feb 2015 Learn how to ensure your child is properly supported in the event of a severe allergic reaction at school.
(Consumer publication)
26 Sep 2014 Read about the signs and symptoms of hay fever and the treatments available to beat it.
For health professionals (Health professional publication)
13 Aug 2014 Omalizumab is a PBS-listed treatment for some patients with immunoglobulin-E (IgE)-mediated sensitisation to inhalant allergens, which can be severe and difficult to treat.
(Media release)
02 Jun 2014 This edition covers anaphylaxis and anaesthesia, Pharmaceutical drug misuse in Australia and Nutrients and herbal supplements for mental health
For health professionals (Health professional publication)
21 May 2014 What does the latest research say about antibiotics during early childhood and asthma risk. Are there any implications for clinical practice?
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16 May 2014 White blood cell count (WBC) test is part of a full blood count (FBC), and is used if your doctor thinks that you might have an infection or allergy, and to monitor treatment. Find out more
(Consumer publication)
02 May 2014 If you have hay fever and are breastfeeding or pregnant, ask your doctor or pharmacist for the most appropriate medicines for your situation. Find out more

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