P atients with asthma exacerbations typically fare worse than those without, and until recently increased doses of inhaled corticosteroids were considered the standard of care. ... Our story reviews the management of asthma exacerbations and talks to
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Castells said, because patients taking these drugs can be more prone to asthma symptoms. ... The biggest risk factor for fatal food-induced anaphylaxis is “asthma, asthma, asthma,” Dr.
And here's a study result that is not obvious, but fishy: The babies of women who eat apples during pregnancy are less likely to have asthma.
In addition, patients previously using an inhaler for asthma may not need it after an accurate heart failure diagnosis. ... In addition, she said, most patients do not need to take a vitamin, and those previously using an inhaler for what was believed to
In women age 45-64 years, the next most common were: depression and other mental disorders (8.3 million), COPD and asthma (8.2 million), hyperlipidemia (6.5 million), and osteoarthritis ... And in women age 30-44 years, the next most common were:
Brand name: Effexor XR). Zileuton extended-release tablets (600 mg) for the prophylaxis and chronic treatment of asthma.
Inhalers are ripe territory for adherence technology. In December 2016, for example, Cohero Health and H&T Presspart launched their embedded and connected metered-dose inhaler, designed for patients with asthma
In 2007, Pennsylvanians spent almost $4 billion on potentially avoidable hospital charges for just four chronic diseases—asthma, diabetes, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease and congestive heart failure,” said Phil Magistro, who ... In adult
Goldin. Among researchers, there's also interest in using probiotics with respiratory conditions such as asthma. ... To help asthma through probiotics, the best way may be through stopping exacerbations,” said Paul Forsythe, PhD, assistant professor of