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He had been treated for GERD throughout infancy, had taken 9 months anti tuberculosis treatment twice at 4 and 7 years of age, had taken multiple antibiotic courses and was on intermittent oral and inhaled bronchodilators / corticosteroids, mucolators, nebulizing agents and leukotriene inhibitors till date.
Pharmacologic therapy with histamine blockers, mast cell stabilizers, or leukotriene inhibitors is also commonly used [10].
Although the leukotriene inhibitors may be taken in pill form, they are generally more expensive and not licensed for use in very young children under the age of 2.
Federman says that oral medications called leukotriene inhibitors may be a reasonable alternative to inhaled steroids.
Newer Treatment of Recurrent ENL include Infliximab, Pentoxifylline and Leukotriene Inhibitors. (11)
Therefore, we believe that the ideal treatment is medical, including administration of steroids or other anti-inflammatory agents such as leukotriene inhibitors. When perforations or patent ventilation tubes are present, these agents can be delivered topically.
Dickerson, "Leukotriene inhibitors in the treatment of allergy and asthma," American Family Physician, vol.
(2) In addition, monotherapy with ICS is more effective for controlling symptoms than leukotriene inhibitors or other controller medications, while also decreasing hospitalizations and nocturnal awakenings and improving quality of life--with few side effects.
For the skin manifestations antihistamines, leukotriene inhibitors and emollients are used for symptomatic relief.
The leukotriene inhibitors (montelukast and zafirlukast) and 5-lipoxygenase inhibitor (zileuton) improve airway function primarily by blocking the inflammatory effects of various leukotrienes (fig.
Leukotriene Inhibitors. In Rich R, Fleisher T, Shearer W, Kotzin B and Schroeder Jr H (Eds): Clinical and Practice Immunology.
Therefore, the data suggest that the ITE may inhibit AHR as reported for leukotriene inhibitors.