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Title: Severe bronchial asthma in children with exercise-induced bronchospasm
Authors: Garas, M.N.,
Lekhkun, H.V.,
Lysenko, V.V.,
Basіuk, N.V.
Keywords: children,
exercise-induced bronchial asthma,
bronchial inflammation,
airway hyperresponsiveness.
Issue Date: 2017
Publisher: Буковинський медичний вісник
Series/Report no.: №2;
Abstract: Based on a complex examination 46 of schoolchildren suffering from severe asthma, we established that greater proportion of schoolchildren with exercise-induced asthma was with symptoms of mucospin hypereosinophilia (average content of eosinophilic granulocytes over 8 %) than children suffering from severe type of the disease, with no signs of exercise-induced bronchoconstriction. The bronchi of the schoolchildren with severe exercise-induced bronchial asthma are hyperresponsive to histamine, significantly greater proportion of patients with severe airway hypersensitivity to histamine (PC20H<0,5 mg/ml) among the children exercise-induced asthma than those without phenomena of exercise-induced constriction.
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