The BNBi is expected to provide maintenance medicines for hypertension, diabetes, and hypercholesterolemia as well as medicines for out-patient care such as antibiotics, antithrombotic, antacids, antiasthma
, antiprotozoal, rehydration solution and immunological, the DOH said.
drugs, especially corticosteroids, are used to treat allergic bronchopulmonary Aspergillosis.
Airway deposition and airway effects of antiasthma
drugs delivered from metered-dose inhalers.
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In 2012, antiasthma
medicines were also exempted from user copayment.
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.
The site and amount of deposition of an inhaled antiasthma
drug in the airway are very important in the evaluation of treatment for asthma.
The herbicide Prosulfuron[TM], the sunscreen agent 2-ethylhexyl p-methoxycinnamate, and Naproxen[TM], antiasthma
agent Singulair[TM], are examples of compounds that have been produced on large scale .
Since all asthmatic patients received the same kind of pharmacotherapy, the effect of antiasthma
drugs on brain functions needs further exploration.
Based on this immunological background, various novel antiasthma
drugs targeting type 2 immune mediators--interleukin(IL-) 4, IL-5, IL-13, TSLP, IL-33, and CRTH2--are now under development .