bronchospastic

bronchospastic

(ˌbrɒŋkəʊˈspæstɪk)
adj
of or relating to bronchospasms
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However, a progressive exercise regimen may prevent EIB by reducing the minute ventilation required for a given level of exercise and therefore attenuating the bronchospastic stimulus.
Her past history included a prior weight of 190 lbs., episodes of anxiety, bronchospastic disorder, and facial rashes.
We feel that administration of this combination might have decreased the irritative, bronchospastic effects of both FB and bronchoscope on tracheobronchial tree.
Patients having hypertension, bronchospastic disease, cardiac problem, anticipated difficult airway and patients on beta blockers were excluded from the study.
This is seen in asthmatics, and in general propranolol will not be prescribed to a person who has bronchospastic disease (asthma).
Inhaler Local irritation, use with caution in people with bronchospastic disease (slow inhalation lessens irritation).
Profile of bronchospastic disease in Puerto Rican patients in New York City.
We were most interested in effects seen in the first few days after exposure that we felt were most likely to reflect inflammatory, as opposed to acute bronchospastic, asthmatic changes.
Long-acting beta-2 adrenergic bronchodilators are used as maintenance medications taken daily on a scheduled basis to prevent acute bronchospastic events.
Rythmol SR is contraindicated for use in patients with medical conditions producing marked hypotension, disturbances in cardiac impulse generation or conduction, electrolyte imbalances, bronchospastic disorders or hypersensitivity to the drug.
Relative contraindications to [beta]-blocker use include severe bronchospastic disease and poorly controlled diabetes.