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Richard F Lockey, Neetu Talreja, Dennis K Ledford
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April 23, 2013: World Allergy Organization Journal
Kyung Hee Park, Jae-Hyun Lee, Chein-Soo Hong, Jung-Won Park
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April 23, 2013: World Allergy Organization Journal
Sandra N González Díaz, Alfredo Arias Cruz
Disturbances of the upper and lower airways frequently coexist, and the association between allergic rhinitis and asthma is an example of that. The relationship between allergic rhinitis and asthma probably occurs because both, nasal and bronchial mucosas are elements of a "united airway", and on the other hand, allergic rhinitis and asthma are manifestations of a common allergic disease. Allergic rhinitis and asthma are not only statistically associated, but have pathophysiological and clinical similarities...
January 2002: Revista Alergia Mexico: Organo Oficial de la Sociedad Mexicana de Alergia e Inmunología, A.C
P Lübcke
The early recognition of an asthmatic disease is important for optimal treatment and rehabilitation with a long lasting success. The knowledge, that bronchial asthma is always accompanied by a chronic inflammatory process of the airways, necessitates the early application of antiphlogistic substances like glucocorticoids as well as weaker substances like DNCG and nedocromil. Therefore, the basic therapy of patients with asthma of the severity II to III should be a combination of beta-2-agonists and antiphlogistic drugs...
October 1996: Zeitschrift Für ärztliche Fortbildung
M E Conolly, D S Davies, C T Dollery, C F George
1. Resistance to isoprenaline has been produced in man and dog by prolonged exposure to the same, or the pharmacologically similar compounds, terbutaline and isoetharine.2. In guinea-pigs, pretreatment with these agents increases asthma mortality provoked by histamine which suggests that this resistance may reduce the effectiveness of endogenous sympathetic drive to the bronchi.3. Possible mechanisms by which the asthma death rate could be increased are discussed.4. It is suggested that a drug-induced cross resistance to endogenous sympathetic stimulation could have led to a deterioration of the asthmatic state in patients using the pressurized aerosols of sympathomimetic bronchodilators and that this might account for the rise in asthma death rate...
October 1971: British Journal of Pharmacology
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