Protection tests on bronchial allergen challenge with disodium cromoglycate and thiazinamium.

@article{BooijNoord1970ProtectionTO,
  title={Protection tests on bronchial allergen challenge with disodium cromoglycate and thiazinamium.},
  author={H. Booij-Noord and Nicolaas Gerardus Maria Orie and Wr. Berg and Koert de Vries},
  journal={The Journal of allergy},
  year={1970},
  volume={46 1},
  pages={
          1-11
        }
}
Abstract The efficacy of the new antiallergic drug, disodium cromoglycate, has been studied with protection tests on bronchial allergen challenge in 17 patients with reversible obstructive lung disease. There was, in general, a markedly protective effect on the immediate allergic reaction without concomitant bronchodilitation. Thiazinamium also produced a very good protective effect, probably the result of the combination of bronchodilation and a specific antihistaminic activity.