"The most effective form of treatment is elimination of exposure to the offending allergen."
TEXTBOOK OF PEDIATRIC ALLERGY
Sly, R. Michael. New Hyde Park: Med Examination P, 1984.
"The most effective treatment of recurrent inhalant allergy is the removal of allergens to which the patient is sensitive."
ADVANCES IN PEDIATRICS
Deamer, William C. "Allergy in Childhood" 11 (1960): Pp. 147-82.
"When feasible, avoidance is the preferred form of treatment, since it both relieves symptoms and eradicates the cause of the difficulty."
JOURNAL OF THE AMERICAN MEDICAL ASSOCIATION
Nov. 27 1987-Vol. 258, No. 20,Pp. 2854, 2855; M. Kaliner, MD, P. Eggleston, MD and K. Mathews, MD
"Simple measures of environmental control can be helpful for most asthmatic patients."
Hen Jr, MD., Jacob. "Office Evaluation & Management of Pediatric Asthma." 15.2 (1986): 111-24.
"House dust mite has long been recognized to be the most important allergic trigger of asthma . . . Effective aero-allergen avoidance may not only reduce the severity of established asthma but also have the potential to prevent the development of the disease in the first place."
CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL ALLERGY
Warner, J.o. et al; Sept. 20 1990 -- Suppl. 3: 15-19 "Aero-allergen Avoidance in the Treatment of Asthma" Pp. 17-18.
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