Patients with both asthma and allergies had a significant increase in the number of prescriptions dispensed for controller medications.
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By day 3, patients with severe eosinophilic asthma who received benralizumab required less use of rescue medication.
Patients who received a fixed-dose combination nasal spray showed significantly improved Physician-assessed Nasal Symptom Scores compared with those who received placebo.
Better asthma control, as indicated by lower mean scores on the Asthma Control Questionnaire-5, were seen in both the dupilumab and placebo groups.
The change from baseline in 2-hour pruritus score was shown to be statistically noninferior from IV cetirizine to IV diphenhydramine, in favor of IV cetirizine.
Despite many pediatric patients receiving higher than recommended doses of epinephrine for their weight, they did not present with epinephrine-related symptoms.
Coagulant activity was improved with the use of both anticoagulation and antihypertensive therapies in combination.
Meta-analysis suggests that calcium channel blockers can be effective in preventing peripheral arterial disease in patients with hypertension.
While the use of NSAIDs was low in the ARISTOTLE trial, NSAID users had a higher risk for bleeding than non-users.
The use of a moderate to low susceptibility antibiotic to treat a urinary tract infection [UTI] may result in a 1.74-fold increase in the odds of an emergency department readmission within 30 days for another UTI.
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