Adjuvant therapy

December 1999
CMAJ: Canadian Medical Association Journal;11/30/99 Supplement, Vol. 161, pS35
Academic Journal
The article focuses on the recommendations for the administration of non-steroidal inhaled anti-inflammatory agents and anticholinergic drugs for asthma. The article offers guidelines for the use of Disodium cromoglycate, Nedocromil sodium, Ketotifen, and Theophylline and its derivatives for asthmatic patients. The efficacy and side-effects of the drugs are mentioned.


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