Low-dose theophylline reduces eosinophilic inflammation but not exhaled nitric oxide in mild asthma.


Theophylline is well-established in the management of asthma, and there is some evidence of an antiinflammatory effect in asthma. It is not known whether theophylline affects inflammatory markers such as sputum eosinophils and exhaled nitric oxide (NO) in patients with mild asthma not receiving inhaled steroid therapy. In a double-blind, placebo-controlled… (More)


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