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a drug that relaxes and dilates the bronchial passageways and improves the passages of air into the lungs

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75-25] after bronchodilation as well as for FeNO, EBC-pH, peak flow und PAQLQ-Score no significant changes after treatment with ivy leaves dry extract nor with placebo were found (Table 3).
To quote from the latest Cochrane review on the matter:(tm) 'The use of intravenous aminophylline did not result in significant additional bronchodilation compared to standard care with inhaled [beta.
Until it was banned in 2004, ma huang (ephedra) was a popular herb used for asthma due to its strong cholinergic effect and consequent bronchodilation.
Aspects of acute stress such as bronchodilation can actually temporarily mask pollution response.
27) Despite optimal pharmacological management for bronchodilation and inflammation control, supplemental oxygen and PLB, most patients with moderate to severe COPD continue to report significant dyspnea during and following exercise.
Both short- and long-acting beta-2 agonists cause bronchodilation and smooth muscle relaxation, and are commonly prescribed to asthmatic patients for symptom relief.
Dietary magnesium intake is independently related to lung function, airway reactivity, and respiratory symptoms in the general population and supplemental magnesium has been demonstrated to improve bronchodilation.
In the present study, formoterol elicited an effective sustained bronchodilation during the test period, and dyspnea scores of the patients were improved significantly.
Research shows that green mate can enhance physical endurance and mental well-being through the activation of metabolic processes, bronchodilation and the stimulation of blood flow.
The principle effects of this drug are bronchodilation, vasoconstriction and increased heart rate, excitability and contractility.
The diagnostic signs or symptoms of asthma include episodic airflow obstruction, resulting in dyspnea, coughing and chest pain; symptoms that are frequently worse in the evening or early morning; and complete or partial reversibility of airflow restriction, either spontaneously or after bronchodilation.
30) Scientists believe that magnesium may offset the effects of asthma by promoting bronchodilation of large airways.
THC also can cause modest short-term bronchodilation.
For bronchodilation and quick relief of symptoms using a nebulizer, both Albuterol and Levalbuterol (Xopenex, Sepracor) are available.
Stimulation of beta-2 adrenergic nerve fibers causes relaxation of bronchiole smooth muscle, leading to bronchodilation.