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  • NMR-based metabolomics study of asafoetida. [Journal Article]
    Fitoterapia 2019; :104361Farhadi F, Asili J, … Iranshahi M
  • Asafoetida, an oleo-gum-resin obtained from the exudates of Ferula assa-foetida L. roots, is traditionally used to treat various diseases including asthma, gastrointestinal disorders, and intestinal parasites. On the basis of Iranian traditional medicine, the main source of asafetida is F. assa-foetida roots. In folk medicine, however, different Ferula species have been used as sources of asafoet…
  • Azithromycin is the answer in paediatric respiratory medicine, but what was the question? [Review]
    Paediatr Respir Rev 2019Bush A
  • The first clinical indication of non-antibiotic benefits of macrolides was in the Far East, in adults with diffuse panbronchiolitis. This condition is characterised by chronic airway infection, often with Pseudomonas aeruginosa, airway inflammation, bronchiectasis and a high mortality. Low dose erythromycin, and subsequently other macrolides, led in many cases to complete remission of the conditi…
  • Pharmaceutical care for adult asthma patients: A controlled intervention one-year follow-up study. [Journal Article]
    Basic Clin Pharmacol Toxicol 2019Khdour MR, Elyan SO, … Astal A
  • Asthma is a clinical problem with social, psychological and economic burdens. To improve patient disease management, different education programs have been developed. Challenges in asthma management may be partially attributed to non-adherence or improper use of inhalers. This study aimed to implement and assess hospital-based pharmaceutical care services for asthmatic patients. A 12-month, singl…
  • Assessment of a University-Based Outpatient Asthma Education Program for Children. [Journal Article]
    J Pediatr Health Care 2019Wang L, Timmer S, Rosenman K
  • CONCLUSIONS: The implementation of a pediatric asthma education program decreased both the total clinic visits and the need for steroid bursts consistent with better asthma control. We demonstrated the benefit of a dedicated asthma educator in university-based community practice and recommend this intervention be considered a standard of care for children with asthma in all health-care settings.
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