Randomised controlled trial of montelukast plus inhaled budesonide versus double dose inhaled budesonide in adult patients with asthma

Price, D.B.; Hernandez, D.; Magyar, P.; Fiterman, J.; Beeh, K.M.; James, I.G.; Konstantopoulos, S.; Rojas, R.; van Noord, J.A.; Pons, M.; Gilles, L.; Leff, J.A.
March 2003
Thorax;Mar2003, Vol. 58 Issue 3, p211
Academic Journal
Compares the clinical benefits of adding montelukast to budesonide with doubling the budesonide dose in adults with asthma. Methods; Results; Discussion.


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