Silvia Vaccher

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Exercise is the most common trigger of bronchospasm in children with asthma. Exercise-induced bronchoconstriction (EIB) occurs in up to 90% of individuals with asthma who are not under antiinflammatory treatment and in about 40% of those with allergic rhinitis. EIB may be an overwhelming problem in childhood and adolescence, when physical activity is a(More)
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