Bitolterol mesylate aerosol in adults with steroid-dependent asthma: a comparison with isoproterenol hydrochloride aerosol.

Abstract

A double-blind randomized study of 29 patients was conducted to evaluate the efficacy, safety, and possible subsensitivity of bitolterol mesylate aerosol and isoproterenol hydrochloride aerosol in the treatment of patients with moderate to severe steroid-dependent asthma. Patients received two sprays, three times a day, of either bitolterol or isoproterenol… (More)

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