Comparison of two nasal sprays for the treatment of seasonal allergic rhinitis
- A history of spring/summer seasonal allergies.
- Positive skin prick test for the currently prevalent allergen of the area.
- Confirmed absence of significant anatomic abnormalities, infection, bleeding, and
mucosal ulcerations on nasal examination prior to administration of test article.
- For pre-menopausal females, a negative pregnancy test prior to entry into the study,
and, if sexually active, agreement to use adequate birth control methods throughout
- History of chronic sinusitis.
- Asthma, with the exception of intermittent asthma.
- Known non-responders to antihistamines.
- Chronic or intermittent use of inhaled, oral, intramuscular, intravenous or dermal
potent or super-potent topical corticosteroids.
- Chronic use of long acting antihistamines.
- Upper or lower respiratory infection within 14 days of Visit 1. Diagnosis of acute
sinusitis within 30 days of Visit 1.
- Relatives of study site staff or other individuals who had access to the clinical
- Participation in any other investigational study within 30 days before entry into
this study or concomitantly with this study.