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Monday 21, Jun 2010

  Inhaled corticosteroids superior to Sodium Cromoglycate

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Inhaled corticosteroids superior to Sodium CromoglycateAsthma management is easy and effective with inhaled corticosteroids when compared with sodium cromoglycate besides helping in normal functioning of the lungs, as per a study.

The dominance of inhaled corticosteroids increase with moderate low doses when compared to low doses, according to Dr James Guevara, Department of Pediatrics at the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Medicine in Philadelphia and lead review author of this study.

It was concluded by Dr Guevara that inhaled corticosteroids are a better option for asthmatic patients than sodium cromoglycate when it comes managing the disease.

Tuesday 16, Feb 2010

  Inhaled corticosteroids provide more benefits than cromolyn for asthma patients

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Inhaled corticosteroids provide more benefits than cromolyn for asthma patientsA review of studies that were aimed at making comparisons between two asthma treatment options: inhaled corticosteroids and cromolyn has found that asthmatic patients, both adults and children, can exercise a better control and breathe deeper while being on corticosteroids.

James Guevara, M.D., of the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and colleagues found out that patients administered with corticosteroids make lesser use of life-saving “inhalers” than their counterparts on cromolyn and even scored better on lung function tests.

Guevara and colleagues noted that the benefits and superiority of inhaled corticosteroids are more than that of cromolyn, irrespective of the severity level of asthma. It was also noted that the results were so decisive that there is absolutely no further need to warrant any more studies to make similar comparisons.

Thursday 11, Feb 2010

  Sodium cromoglycate is not superior to inhaled corticosteroids for asthma management

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Sodium cromoglycate is not superior to inhaled corticosteroids for asthma managementAccording to a recent study, inhaled corticosteroids are better than sodium cromoglycate when it comes to improving lung function and managing asthma in an effective manner.

Dr James Guevara, Department of Pediatrics at the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Medicine in Philadelphia and lead review author of this study, said that the superiority of corticosteroids tend to improve with moderately low doses when compared with low doses.

The study finding is expected to bring back a smile on the faces of around one million people suffering from asthma in the United States alone.

Saturday 28, Nov 2009

  Inhaled corticosteroids can treat symptoms of asthma

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Inhaled corticosteroids can treat symptoms of asthmaAsthmatic children and adults can exercise a better control over asthma and breathe deeper, as per a new review of recently concluded studies comparing inhaled corticosteroids and the medicine cromolyn.

James Guevara, M.D., of the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and colleagues were of the view that patients suffering from asthma and treated with steroids enjoy an advantage of scoring higher in lung function tests. It was remarked that the use of inhaled corticosteroids help asthmatic patients to make lesser use of inhalers than patients who makes use of cromolyn.

Guevara and colleagues further remarked that inhaled corticosteroids are any day better than cromolyn irrespective of the severity level of asthma and said that the obtained results are so decisive that there is need to warrant any further studies on this matter.

 


Friday 06, Nov 2009

  Inhaled Corticosteroids effective than Sodium Cromoglycate for asthma treatment

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Inhaled Corticosteroids effective than Sodium Cromoglycate for asthma treatmentInhaled corticosteroids are far better than sodium cromoglycate for controlling asthma besides enhancing quality of lung function to a considerable extent, as per a recent study.

It was remarked by Dr James Guevara, Department of Pediatrics at the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Medicine in Philadelphia and lead review author of this study that the untamed superiority of inhaled corticosteroids appears to improve with moderately low doses, as compared to low doses.

It was concluded by Dr Guevara that asthma can be effectively controlled by corticosteroids as compared to sodium cromoglycate and can be prescribed by medical practitioners to their patients fighting with asthma.

It is believed that the finding of this study would prove beneficial to approximately one million asthma patients in the United States alone.

 

 

 

Monday 26, Oct 2009

  Asthma Symptoms eased by inhaled corticosteroids

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Asthma Symptoms eased by inhaled corticosteroidsAccording to a new review of recent studies focused on comparing inhaled corticosteroids and cromolyn, the two asthma treatment options, inhaled corticosteroids are better than cromolyn.

It was suggested that adults and children with asthma can breathe deeper along with exercising a better control over their asthma. It was concluded during the study that patients on inhaled steroids fared better when it comes to lung function and using less of their “rescue” inhalers, according to James Guevara, M.D., of the University of Pennsylvania School of Medicine and colleagues.

It was concluded by Guevara and colleagues that inhaled corticosteroids were far better than cromolyn, irrespective of the severity of the asthma and it was suggested that the obtained results are so decisive that future studies to be focused on such a comparison again are not warranted.

Sunday 21, Jun 2009

  Inhaled Corticosteroids better than Sodium Cromoglycate for Treating Asthma

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Inhaled Corticosteroids better than Sodium Cromoglycate for Treating AsthmaAs per a study, inhaled corticosteroids are superior to sodium cromoglycate when it comes to controlling asthma in an effective manner besides helping the lung to function in a normal way.

Dr James Guevara, Department of Pediatrics at the University Of Pennsylvania School Of Medicine in Philadelphia and lead review author of this study, remarked that the superiority of inhaled corticosteroids seems to increase with its moderate low doses, compared to its low doses.

Dr Guevara concluded that inhaled corticosteroids control asthma in a better manner than sodium cromoglycate and is a better option for people who are fighting against asthma.

This study is expected to benefit more than one million asthma patients in the United States alone and is seen as a new ray of life for developing further treatments for management of asthma in an effective manner.