FLONASE® Allergy Relief Resources & Patient Education
Learn about the allergic cascade—the complex immune response to allergens—and see a treatment that blocks more than just histamine and provides more complete relief* for patients with nasal allergies.1-3
*Total nasal symptom relief vs single-ingredient Claritin® 10 mg. Claritin® is a registered trademark of Bayer.
Nasal allergies are more than just bothersome symptoms. Learn how quickly those symptoms can add up to more serious implications for your patients’ quality of life.
Understand how the world of allergies is changing for the worse, and the increasing impact of environmental changes on allergies.
Help your patients understand the body’s natural response to allergens, and how intranasal corticosteroid (INS) medications can help bring allergy symptom relief. Available in English and Spanish.
Download educational infographics designed to engage and inform your patients about allergy symptoms, prevalence, and allergy treatment options.
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How FLONASE® Allergy Relief Compares to Other Allergy Medications: Comparison Checklist For Professionals
Compare the allergy symptom coverage of single-ingredient antihistamines, other nonprescription intranasal corticosteroid (INS) treatments, and FLONASE® Allergy Relief. Available in English and Spanish.
Be sure your patients understand the FLONASE® Allergy Relief Drug Facts Label so they know what to expect from their nasal allergy treatment. Available in English and Spanish.
Be sure your adult patients and adults who are supervising use in patients from 4-11 years of age know their recommended dosing, and when they need to check with you. Available in English and Spanish.
Patients may need your guidance in administering FLONASE® Allergy Relief. Help them feel confident using a nasal spray with these instructions for use. Available in English and Spanish.
Passing this handout along to patients could provide them with answers to important questions about nasal allergies and new allergy treatments that they may not think to ask. Available in English and Spanish.
Information to help you counsel patients on what to expect from their treatment, and why they should make FLONASE® Allergy Relief part of their daily routine.
How to Use: Administration Handout for Patients
Parents may need your guidance in administering Children’s FLONASE® Allergy Relief to their child. Help them feel confident using a nasal spray with these instructions for use. Available in English and Spanish.
Frequently Asked Questions about Children’s FLONASE® Allergy Relief
Parents may have questions about using Children’s FLONASE® Allergy Relief on their child. How does it work? Is it safe? Does it cause drowsiness? This piece provides answers to those questions and more. Available in English and Spanish.
How Children’s FLONASE® Allergy Relief Compares
Parents may wonder how Children’s FLONASE® Allergy Relief compares with other over-the-counter nasal allergy medications for children. This sheet explains specifically how Children’s FLONASE® is indicated to provide more relief to pediatric patients suffering from allergies compared with the leading non-drowsy allergy medicine.* Available in English and Spanish.
*Total nasal symptom relief vs 10 mg single-ingredient loratadine.
Children’s FLONASE® Allergy Relief Product Overview
With the recent launch of Children’s FLONASE® Allergy Relief, parents are going to have a lot of questions. This overview offers information about efficacy, safety, and quality-of-life impact, to equip you with answers for your patients.
Children’s FLONASE® Allergy Relief Educational Tool for Parents
This brochure is designed to educate parents on the different types of allergies, how to determine if their child has allergies or a cold, how allergies can impact their child, and how to stay one step ahead of allergies. Additionally, parents will learn how to administer Children’s FLONASE® Allergy Relief to their child and get answers to frequently asked questions.
Allergy Education/Activity Booklet for Children
Children who suffer from allergies often don’t understand what allergies are. This piece includes information about allergies, tips, and fun games that entertain and educate children so they can understand allergies and how to fight them.
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- FLONASE Drug Facts Label.
- Data on file. GSK group of companies. 2014.
- Nasacort Drug Facts Label.
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