What are the commonly used anti-allergic drugs for the treatment of allergic purpura?

It is no exaggeration to say that every “allergic state” reaction will lead to a further extension of the course of allergic purpura. Therefore, in terms of treatment, they are often exposed to “anti-allergy” drug treatment, the purpose of which is to treat and prevent the transmission of allergies. Inventory: The commonly used “anti-allergic drugs” chlorpheniramine and diphenhydramine in allergic purpura-this is a common anti-allergic drug, but there are too many contraindications and shortcomings, mainly because of the prone to lethargy and fatigue Side effects, long reaction time, etc. may also cause symptoms such as dry eyes, blurred vision, and urinary retention, and may also induce glaucoma. During the medication phase, patients need to avoid driving, operating precision instruments, etc. It is not suitable for patients with enlarged prostate, glaucoma, liver and kidney dysfunction and elderly patients. Cetirizine, loratadine, mizolastine, ebastine-which cetirizine hydrochloride tablets are also known as Xianteming, is commonly used in seasonal allergic diseases, also as some allergic Prevention and treatment of patients with purpura in the stage of high sensitivity. Compared with chlorpheniramine drugs, the symptoms of drowsiness, fatigue, dry eyes and other adverse side effects will be significantly reduced. Desloratadine, fexofenadine, levocetirizine-these drugs have significant advantages, side effects are very slight, and combined with erythromycin, ketoconazole, etc. will not produce cardiotoxicity. The above medications belong to antihistamine medications, which are divided into three generations and need to be prescribed and prescribed. WeChat search Yisuo will pay attention to the patient will know more: gmxzd1