About Respiratory Allergies

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A variety of health issues can cause respiratory issues and discomfort, including chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), emphysema, chronic bronchitis, lung cancer, tuberculosis, pneumonia, stress, asthma, and allergies. In fact, up to 90 percent of children and 60 percent of adults with asthma have underlying allergies that trigger their asthma.1,2

Respiratory Allergen Panels

Allergen Test Panels and where applicable, optional Allergen Component Reflex Testing is indicated. Together, Whole Allergen and Allergen Component testing can assist in more accurate allergy diagnoses and improved patient management.

* Denotes Component Reflex option for the appropriate whole allergens. See the appropriate Panel w/ Component Reflex.

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Respiratory Allergies

Can identifying allergic triggers change patient management?

Nearly 65% of patients diagnosed with allergic rhinitis and prescribed antihistamines have symptoms that are not due to allergy.1

An allergy is when your body’s immune system reacts to something that’s otherwise harmless to most people. Learn more about common symptoms related to the different types of allergic conditions.

Explore Types of Respiratory Allergies


1. Szeinbach SL, et al. Identification of allergic disease among users of antihistamines. J Manag Care Pharm. 2004;10(3):234-238.