Early/Late Response Model: Implications for Control of Asthma and Chronic Cough in Children Academic Article uri icon

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abstract

  • The observed airways inflammation in asthma and chronic cough supports the conclusions of clinical trials, namely, that our treatment regimens should emphasize inhaled cromolyn. The need for bronchodilators as backup therapy is real but represents testimony to the fact that in some cases it has not been possible to entirely eliminate the inflammation and the consequent airways hyperresponsiveness.

authors

  • O'Byrne, Paul
  • Dolovich, Jerry
  • Ruhno, John
  • O’Byrne, Paul
  • Hargreave, Frederick E

publication date

  • October 1988