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Asthma Medications - Bookshelf

Essential Guide to Asthma
293 pages
Essential Guide to Asthma

The problem with oral medications is that the bloodstream delivers them throughout the body, not just the lungs, where they are needed. If negative or unpleasant side effects occur, they last the entire time span of the medication because the chemical is continually released into your bloodstream. Depending upon the form and dose, day-long oral medication may be more difficult for your system to balance throughout a 12- or 24-hour period. ASTHMA MEDICATIONS: PROS AND ...

Asthma Compliance with Medications, Treatment, and Education ... Asthma Compliance with Medications, Treatment, and Education ...

The data collection tool was an anonymous survey created by the researcher. The data collection occurred in a private physician's office.

64 pages

In the United States, it costs over S3 billion a year to treat asthma in children under age 18. This includes the cost of medication, doctors, emergency room visits, and hospital stays. Taking Asthma Medications Asthma medications are generally inhaled. Inhaling increases the effectiveness of the medicine. It also helps reduce side effects. Some asthma medications may be swallowed or injected. Most people with asthma use an inhaler for their medication. An inhaler is a handheld ...

Asthma: New Insights for the Healthcare Professional: 2011 Edition
180 pages
Asthma: New Insights for the Healthcare Professional: 2011 Edition

Scientists discuss in 'Asthma, asthma medications, and prostate cancer risk' new findings in asthma. According to recent research published in the journal Cancer Epidemiology, Biomarkers & Prevention, “The aim of this study was to assess whether a history of asthma or the use of asthma medications is associated with prostate cancer risk. Of 16,934 men participating in the Melbourne Collaborative Cohort Study, 1,179 were diagnosed with prostate cancer during an average ...

100 pages

What are the two main categories of asthma medications? • Long-term control medications used to achieve and maintain control of persistent asthma The National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute prepared an excellent video on research on new treatments for severe • Quick-relief medications taken to provide prompt reversal of acute airflow obstruction and relief of accompanying bronchoconstriction asthma. Visit: topics/asthma/ Patients ...

Asthma Medications - News

Some Asthma Medications Restrict Kids' Growth (STUDY)
Researchers examined information from 25 studies involving more than 8,000 children with frequent asthma symptoms who either took daily doses of medications known as inhaled corticosteroids, or who took nonsteroidal medications or a placebo.

Scientific review finds asthma drugs suppress child growth
Scientific review finds asthma drugs suppress child growth Corticosteroid drugs given via inhalers to children with asthma may suppress their growth, according to two systematic reviews of scientific studies on the issue. Health experts who conducted the review and published it in The Cochrane Library journal

Corticosteroid Asthma Inhalers May Suppress Growth in Children
Corticosteroid Asthma Inhalers May Suppress Growth in Children asthma Hundreds of thousands of children with asthma use corticosteroid inhalers to help them breathe, but according to a new study from Brazil the medications commonly found in those inhalers may suppress growth. The scientific review, which 

Asthma Drug May Help Those With Chronic Hives
Asthma Drug May Help Those With Chronic Hives MONDAY, July 21, 2014 ( News) -- A drug already used to treat moderate-to-severe allergic asthma appears to offer relief to people with chronic hives who haven't been helped by standard medications, new research suggests. The prescription 

Rituals can help older people remember to take their asthma meds
Storing it in the bathroom and making it part of a daily routine may be helpful advice that doctors can give their older asthmatic patients who struggle to remember to take their daily prescribed medication. This advice comes from Alex Federman