Exercise-induced asthma and doxantrazole
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In a double-blind cross-over trial in 13 patients with exercise-induced asthma, doxantrazole 200 mg taken orally 1 hour before a standardized exercise test involving stair climbing failed to block post-exercise bronchoconstriction. In an open assessment study with the same patients, increasing the doxantrazole dose to 400 mg did not affect post-exercise bronchoconstriction.
Key wordsExercise asthma doxantrazole controlled trial
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