bronchoconstriction


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bron·cho·con·stric·tion

n. broncoconstricción, reducción de calibre bronquial.

bronchoconstriction

n broncoconstricción f
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Athletes are more susceptible to exercise induced bronchoconstriction (EIB) than the general population, with those affected being permitted to use up to 1600 [micro]g (max of 800 [micro]g in a 12 hour period) of inhaled salbutamol per day on an as needed basis for the relief of symptoms (Dickinson et al.
2]-agonist (LABA), as a nebulized maintenance treatment for bronchoconstriction in COPD.
These drugs block production of inflammatory leukotrienes, which cause bronchoconstriction.
So that it is considered, patient's respiratory distress is secondary of bronchoconstriction is related with hypochalcemica.
Clinicians should check aerosol formulations for BAC or EDTA, and if symptoms of bronchoconstriction occur, consider these as a possible cause.
Spirometry is necessary to assess the baseline airway caliber and avoid excessive bronchoconstriction during saline inhalation.
The symptoms worsen due to the increased secretion of mucus, bronchoconstriction, and thickening of the walls of the airways, resulting in difficulty in expiration.
In addition, it may aiso cause bronchoconstriction in any patient with increased airway reactivity.
Nonselective BBs slow the heart rate and reduce blood pressure; however, bronchoconstriction occurs due to unopposed parasympathetic response.
larynx and points of proximal airway branching); however, bronchoconstriction can be triggered from the whole of the tracheobronchial tree.
In addition, evaporative and convective loss of heat from airway could be increased with ventilation as well as the respiration water loss which decreases during exercise while breathing dry warm air may develop bronchoconstriction (32).
Clinical studies have shown that asthma can be effectively controlled by intervening to reduce the airway inflammation and treating bronchoconstriction and causing mast cell stabilization.