antiasthma


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antiasthma

(ˌæntɪˈæsmə) or

antiasthmatic

adj
(Medicine) relating to drugs that act against asthma
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Airway deposition and airway effects of antiasthma drugs delivered from metered-dose inhalers.
Methods: Patients in both groups received conventional treatment including continuous low-flow oxygen inhalation, rest in bed, monitoring of vital signs, electrolyte and acid-base balance as well as symptomatic treatment including cough relief and antiasthma using aminophylline and b2 receptor agonist.
Steroids, antiasthma medications such as salbutamol, ipratropium, montelukast and a large number of inhalational anaesthetic agents are being commonly used.
In clinical practice, asthma may be exacerbated by a decrease in the dosage of a patient's antiasthma medication or by inappropriate discontinuation of treatment.
Additional therapeutic effects have been demonstrated for ESOL, including anti-allergic, anti-cancer, antiasthma, and anti-wrinkle activities (Shin et al.
For the development of more effective antiasthma drugs it, seems relevant to unravel and interfere with the steps of eosinophil activation.
Safety and Tolerability of an Antiasthma Herbal Formula (ASHMI) in adult subjects with asthma: a randomized, double-blinded, placebo-controlled, dose-escalation phase I study.
84; whereas any prescriptions of antiasthma medication (FABA, LABA, ICS, theophylline, and cromoglycates) in 12 months resulted in 95 percent sensitivity and 99 percent specificity with PPV = 0.
Thus, its apparent antiasthma effect might actually result from poor hygiene, he says.