8 powodów, dla których warto stosować lewodropropizynę Artykuł przeglądowy

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Bartosz J. Sapilak

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Najczęstszą przyczyną ostrego kaszlu są infekcje górnych dróg oddechowych. Kaszel przewlekły może być symptomem wielu innych schorzeń płuc, takich jak: astma oskrzelowa, przewlekła obturacyjna choroba płuc, rak płuca, a także patologii pozapłucnych. Suchy kaszel bywa uciążliwym objawem, który należy ograniczyć, by umożliwić codzienne funkcjonowanie. Nie tylko obniża on jakość życia i snu chorego, ale również wiąże się ze znacznymi kosztami ekonomicznymi. W terapii wykorzystujemy zaledwie kilka substancji czynnych. Jedną z nich jest lewodropropizyna. Poniższa praca omawia jej przydatność kliniczną.

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Sapilak , B. J. (2022). 8 powodów, dla których warto stosować lewodropropizynę . Medycyna Faktów , 15(1(54), 72-76. https://doi.org/10.24292/01.MF.0122.10
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