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Canadian asthma consensus report, 1999
Objectives: To provide physicians with current guidelines for the diagnosis and optimal management of asthma in children and adults, including pregnant women and the elderly, in office, emergencyExpand
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Inhaled allergen bronchoprovocation tests.
The allergen bronchoprovocation test is a long-standing exacerbation model of allergic asthma that can induce several clinical and pathophysiologic features of asthma in sensitized subjects.Expand
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Genetic variants in antioxidant genes are associated with diisocyanate-induced asthma.
Diisocyanates are a common cause of occupational asthma, but risk factors are not well defined. A case-control study was conducted to investigate whether genetic variants of antioxidant defenseExpand
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Asthma and rhinitis: what is the relationship?
Purpose of reviewAsthma and rhinitis are commonly associated and they influence their respective control. New observations have contributed to better understand how to assess those conditions and howExpand
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Asthma, outdoor air quality and the Olympic Games
With the world's best athletes gathered in Beijing for the 2008 Olympic Games, the sport community is waiting to see what the impact of the environment and air quality might be on athletes'Expand
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Large care gaps in primary care management of asthma: a longitudinal practice audit
Objectives Care gaps in asthma may be highly prevalent but are poorly characterised. We sought to prospectively measure adherence to key evidence-based adult asthma practices in primary care, andExpand
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Perception ofbreathlessness during bronchoconstrict ion induced byantigen, exercise, andhistamine challenges
ofbreathlessness wasstudied in eightpatients with mild,stable asthmaaftera histamine andexercise challenge performed beforeand24and 48hoursrespectively afteran antigen challenge. FEVy andExpand
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