Efekt bronchodylatacyjny kombinacji salbutamolu i bromku ipratropium z nebulizatora siateczkowego u dzieci chorych na astmę (doniesienie wstępne) Artykuł oryginalny

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Andrzej Emeryk
Iwona Czerwińska-Pawluk
Ewa Markut-Miotła
Kamil Janeczek

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Porównano bronchodylatacyjną odpowiedź oskrzeli po podaniu kombinacji salbutamolu z bromkiem ipratropium vs sam salbutamol inhalowanych z nebulizatora siateczkowego u dzieci w wieku 6–11 lat z cechami klinicznymi i spirometrycznymi zaostrzenia astmy. Wykazano porównywalny efekt bronchodylatacyjny obu terapii w 15. min po podaniu leku.

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Emeryk A., Czerwińska-Pawluk I., Markut-Miotła E., & Janeczek K. (2020). Efekt bronchodylatacyjny kombinacji salbutamolu i bromku ipratropium z nebulizatora siateczkowego u dzieci chorych na astmę (doniesienie wstępne) . Alergoprofil, 16(3), 3-9. https://doi.org/10.24292/01.AP.163170920
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