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Control of house dust mites in the indoor environment of patients with mite asthma 2. report



Control of house dust mites in the indoor environment of patients with mite asthma 2. report



Allergologie 10(10): 473-478



For two new households of patients with an actually significant allergy against house dust mites a systematic investigation of mite numbers and of allergen-containing house dust is performed. After one or repeated treatments with new acaricides the efficacy of the mite control and the decrease of allergen-containing house dust is observed during two to three years. The numbers of life and dead mites as well as the guanine-content of the house dust are reported. It is demonstrated for two cases that after the sanitation of the indoor environment from mites the asthma symptoms improve, the peak flow values increase and the use of bronchospasmolytics decrease.

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