Occupational Asthma Reference

Pepys J, Davies RJ, Breslin ABX, Hendrick DJ, Hutchcroft BJ, The effects of inhaled beclomethasone diproprionate and sodium cromoglycate on asthmatic reactions to provocation tests, Clin Allergy, 1974;4:13-24,

Keywords: oa, as , tr, ch

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Jack Pepys, Royal Brompton Hospital Jack Pepys

David Hendrick, Newcastle-upon-Tyne David Hendrick

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A comparison was made between the effects of prior inhalation of sodium cromogly-cate or beclomethasone dipropionate on immediate, late and dual asthmatic reactions to provocation challenge tests with a range of allergens. Whereas sodium cromoglycate inhibited immediate and dual asthmatic reactions, beclomethasone dipropionate had no effect on immediate asthmatic reactions, but consistently inhibited late asthmatic reactions.

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