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Pollen and fungal spores are the most common cause of seasonal allergies. Allergic diseases - such as bronchial asthma, allergenic rhinitis and atopic dermatitis, are increasing all over the world. More than 30% of the population is known to suffer from one or more allergic ailments in India and approximately 15% develop asthma. The air monitoring in relation to flowering periods, mode of pollination, quantitative and qualitative analysis of bio-aerosols are the basic prerequisites for allergists to identify aero pollen followed by correct diagnosis and proper treatment.
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Tewary R. Pollen allergy : Clinical aspect. ANSDN [Internet]. 31Jul.2022 [cited 29Jan.2023];10(01):. Available from: https://anushandhan.com/index.php/ANSDHN/article/view/1742
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