Iatrogenic steroid-induced psychosis is a rare side effect of glucocorticoid therapy which is mostly seen in adults, although it has been reported in children and adolescents.
The recommendations for asthma management during pregnancy and lactation are presented in this table.
Respiratory devices (spacers, holding chambers, and reservoir bags) used with the treatment of asthma.
Compared to the placebo group, the caffeine group performed better in fine motor coordination (P=0.01), visuomotor integration (P<0.05), visual perception (P=0.02), and visuospatial organization (P=0.003).
RP5063 is a new chemical entity with a novel mechanism of multimodal modulation of serotonin and dopamine signaling pathways.
At the 12-week follow-up, the between-group difference for SGRQ favored the tai chi group (P<0.001). Similar results were seen for 6-minute walk distance, but there was no change in forced expiratory volume in one second.
The patients began treatment with oral sirolimus; after 1 year of treatment, there was improvement in exertional dyspnea in all 3 patients.
"As graphic as it is, we have to show parents because teens are going online looking for challenges and recreating them," said education specialist Stephen Enriquez.
The researchers found that just under two-thirds of customers (63.2%) had a doctor's diagnosis for the symptoms for which they were selecting treatment. The majority of participants (70%) self-selected their medications.
The researchers found that the most effective case-finding tools were the peak flow meter alone, the peak flow meter plus WheezoMeter, and microspirometry alone.
Study authors concluded, "Combining tiotropium and olodaterol did not reduce exacerbation rate as much as expected compared with tiotropium alone."
Upper Respiratory Tract Infection Symptoms Comparison Chart
Asthma management chart for children 0-4 years of age.
Asthma management chart for children 5-11 years of age.
Asthma management in youths and adults 12 years of age and older classified by asthma severity.
The Smartinhaler sensor is a device installed onto a patient's inhaler to monitor and promote asthma and COPD medication adherence.
No significant benefit of long-acting muscarinic antagonists over LABA in reducing exacerbation risk in uncontrolled asthma
Adjunct long-acting muscarinic antagonist (LAMA) use with corticosteroids was associated with reduced exacerbation risk compared with placebo in patients with uncontrolled, persistent asthma.
The researchers found that 12% of infants in the high-flow group received escalation of care due to treatment failure versus 23% in the standard-therapy group.
Researchers found that the risk of exacerbations requiring systemic corticosteroids was significantly reduced by adding LAMA versus placebo to inhaled corticosteroids (risk ratio, 0.67).
The authors reported that ACQ scores (P=0.04) and oral corticosteroid use (P=0.04) were significantly reduced in high severity completers (n=21) receiving escitalopram.
The designation was supported by the Investigational New Drug application (IND) for the treatment of SSc-ILD and the anticipated safety and efficacy data from the Phase 3 double-blind, randomized, placebo-controlled SENSCIS trial.
The affected packages are being recalled because the ingredients on the front sticker may not match the actual product in the carton.