antiasthmatic


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antiasthmatic

 [an″te-az-mat´ik]
1. relieving asthma.
2. an agent that has this effect.

an·ti·asth·mat·ic

(an'tē-az-mat'ik),
1. Tending to relieve or prevent asthma.
2. An agent that prevents or halts an asthmatic attack.
Synonym(s): antasthmatic

antiasthmatic

/an·ti·asth·mat·ic/ (-az-mat´ik) providing relief of asthma, or an agent that does this.

antiasthmatic

adjective Referring to an agent or mechanism that counters asthma noun An agent that ameliorates asthma
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We believe that new multicenter studies must be organized to describe atrial effects of antiasthmatic drugs in children.
Conventional antiasthmatic compounds, such as sodium cromolyn and sodium cromoglycate, were developed from analogs of the naturally occurring furanochromone khellin (visammin), found in the Asian plant Ammi visnaga.
To affect how PE is studied now or in the future, the FDA would have to change the "monograph" for cold, cough, allergy, bronchodilator, and antiasthmatic drug products.
One such study describes 74 patients in Singapore who were victims of chronic arsenic poisoning caused by local antiasthmatic herbal preparations (Tay and Seah 1975).
Although gingko has a history of traditional use in China and Japan as an anti-inflammatory and antiasthmatic, its actions on the central nervous system have only been recently established.
Another discussion point was theophylline, long a widely used antiasthmatic drug.
In vivo evaluation of the antiasthmatic, antitussive and expectorant activities of extract and fractions from Elaeagnus pungens leaf.
Nedocromil sodium exerts its anti-inflammatory and antiasthmatic effect by inhibiting the activation and activity of multiple inflammatory cells, including mast cells, eosinophils, airway epithelial cells and sensory neurons.
In our patient, chronic arsenic exposure occurred by consuming Chinese herbal antiasthmatic preparations in Hong Kong, most likely between 1956 and 1966.
integerrima is a medium sized deciduous tree having medicinal value such as anti-inflammatory, analgesic, blood purifier, remedy for gastrointestinal disorders, expectorant, antiasthmatic, antipyretic, antiemetic and antidiarrheal (Upadhye and Rajopadly, 2010; Uddin et al.
Antiasthmatic effects of onions: inhibition of 5-lipoxygenase and cyclooxygenase in vitro by thiosulfinates and "Cepaenes.
Its antiasthmatic actions are useful should there be a component of reversible airway obstruction in the COPD patient.