Jerry is 11 years old and recently has been diagnosed with Allergic Rhinitis. Discuss early phase response triggers, and signs and symptoms. Discuss environment and medical management. Give 3-4 example of types of medications that may be tried to treat the condition including immunotherapy. Since there is risk of systemic reaction with immunotherapy, how should the school nurse be prepared? Develop an Emergency Action Plan to safeguard this student.
Nursing Process Student: Professor: Course title: Date Introduction Allergic rhinitis is a condition that is estimated to affect close to 60 million people in America. Better known as hay fever, this condition is mainly characterized by a runny nose, and an itchy feeling in the mouth and the skin around the nose. There are certain specific symptoms that are associated with this condition. In this paper, the main symptoms of this condition have been highlighted. Further, the paper has focused on some of the management steps both medical and environmental that can be taken to contain the condition. Early Phase Response Triggers There are various triggers of allergic rhinitis both outdoor and indoor. Outdoor triggers include pollen, ragweed, mold spores, grass and hay. Indoors,