Sodium salicylate sensitivity in an asthmatic patient with aspirin sensitivity.

@article{Park1991SodiumSS,
  title={Sodium salicylate sensitivity in an asthmatic patient with aspirin sensitivity.},
  author={H. Park and Yong Su Lim and J. E. Suh and N. S. Rhu and D. I. Cho and Jong Wan Kim},
  journal={Journal of Korean Medical Science},
  year={1991},
  volume={6},
  pages={113 - 117}
}
Non-acetylated salicylates have been recommended for use as alternatives to nonsteroidal anti-inflammatory drugs (NSAIDs) in aspirin and/or tartrazine-sensitive patients. We experienced a case of an aspirin-sensitive asthmatic patient who developed a broncho-obstructive reaction after taking 100 mg of sodium salicylate. The result of this study suggests… CONTINUE READING