As-needed budesonide-formoterol versus maintenance budesonide in mild asthma. N Engl J Med. ... Inhaled combined budesonide-formoterol as needed in mild asthma. N Engl J Med.
IM 2012: It might not be asthma. During a session on diagnostic challenges in allergies (see tomorrow's Internal Medicine 2012 News for more on that), allergist Raymond Slavin, MD, MACP, ... also talked about the diagnostic challenge of vocal cord
What I learned from asthma. As a kid I had allergies and asthma. ... Asthma has played a minimal role in my adult life. Only occasionally do I use my albuterol inhaler before I run.
QD: News Every Day--Gene variants in asthma diminish steroid inhaler's efficacy. ... Less than 4% of those who drank 1 to 6 units per week developed asthma.
Conversely, the presence of asthma in a patient's history can also confound diagnosis.“ Sometimes it can be mistaken for an asthma exacerbation,” she said. ... Making this particularly tricky, asthma is a risk factor for anaphylaxis and increases the
In a study which included more than 900 Texas nurses, those who regularly cleaned medical instruments were 67% more likely to have newly diagnosed asthma and those who worked with solvents ... and glues were 51% more likely to report asthma symptoms.
We might question, for example, an assessment of the quality of asthma care based on hospitalization rates in the local population that did not take into account the fact that some ... communities have a much higher prevalence of asthma than other.
New 9/11 PTSD estimates. September 11-linked asthma has gotten a fair amount of press, but here's something that hasn't: PTSD. ... asthma, by the way.).
In 2007, an estimated 3.8 million children suffered an asthma attack or episode. ... Genome-wide association studies are also being employed to unravel the pharmacogenomics of asthma drug responsiveness.
It is still unknown whether the better asthma therapies in use today will reduce this risk, he added. ... Asthma is also turning out to be a more heterogeneous disease than physicians once thought, with the appearance of possible sex differences.