G. A. Wiesmüller1, 2, a, b, B. Heinzow3, a, b, U. Aurbach4, a, K.-C. Bergmann5, a, bet al.
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Katharina Bastl, Maximilian Kmenta, Anna-Mari Pessi, Marje Prank, Annika Saarto, Mikhail Sofiev, Karl-Christian Bergmann, Jeroen T.M. Buters, Michel Thibaudon, Siegfried Jäger, Uwe Berger
Science of the Total Environment (2016); 548–549; 229–235.
Abstract. Background: The level of symptoms in pollen allergy sufferers and users of the Patient's Hayfever Diary (PHD),does not directly reflect the total amount of pollen in the air. It is necessary to explain the symptom load and thus the development of allergic symptoms and to determine which environmental factors, besides the pollen load, influence variables. It seems reasonable to suspect allergen content because the amount of allergen varies throughout seasons and regions and is not always correlated with the total pollen amount. Methods: Data on the allergen content of ambient air (Bet v 1 and Phl p 5) from 2009 until 2011 was used to compare the respective pollen and symptom loads for study regions in Austria, Germany, France and Finland. Results: Our findings suggest that allergen amount (Bet v 1/Phl p 5) has a strong but regionally dependent impact on the symptom load of pollen allergy sufferers. Peak symptomloads can be traced with peak allergen loads. The influence of other important aeroallergens should also be assessed during the pollen season.
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Pollenflug mit "angezogener Handbremse"