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1261. Exercise-induced asthma. Pharmacological assessment of single drugs and drug combinations.

Exercise-induced asthma. Pharmacological assessment of single drugs and drug combinations. 1099263 1975 11 26 1975 11 26 2016 10 17 0098-7484 234 3 1975 Oct 20 JAMA JAMA Exercise-induced asthma. Pharmacological assessment of single drugs and drug combinations. 295-8 The relative effectiveness of ephedrine, theophylline, and hydroxyzine hydrochloride and their combinations was studied in a two-part investigation of 16 youths who has asthma and exercise-induced asthma. The beneficial and adverse (...) effects of the drugs in the control of asthma were studied in the first part of the investigation. Both theophylline and ephedrine were judged superior to placebo when given alone. When combined they were somewhat more effective than either agent alone, although adverse effects precluded their use in almost half of the subjects. The addition of hydroxyzine diminished the side effects sufficiently to make the combination acceptable to four subjects who refused to take ephedrine/theophylline

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