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Table 2 – Comparison of CARAT10 scores according to the patients’ self-perceived control

From: Control of Allergic Rhinitis and Asthma Test (CARAT) can be used to assess individual patients over time

   Controlled‡ Not controlled Total
   mean (SD) [min-max] mean (SD) [min-max] mean (SD) [min-max]
1 st visit CARAT10 * 22 (4.93) [11-29] 12.3 (5.91) [3-24] 18 (7) [3-29]
Rhinitis subscore # 7.5 (2.89) [2-11] 3.1 (2.57) [0-10] 5.2 (3.49) [0-11]
Asthma subscore ª 14.9 (2.41) [9-18] 8.3 (4.87) [1-18] 12.7 (4.67) [1-18]
2 nd visit CARAT10* 23.4 (5.12) [10-30] 14.8 (7.61) [4-27] 20.4 (7.32) [4-30]
Rhinitis subscore # 8.3 (2.64) [2-12] 4.5 (3.24) [1-11] 7.2 (3.33) [1-12]
  Asthma subscore ª 15 (3.13) [6-18] 8.8 (4.53) [3-17] 13.4 (4.48) [3-18]
  1. ‡ The classification of self-preceived control was established with the patients’ all symptoms VAS for CARAT10, with the nasal symptoms VAS for the rhinitis subscore and with the bronchial/pulmonary symptoms VAS for the asthma subscore. * Range 0-30; # Range 0-12; ª Range 0-18.