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OVA-specific IgE was undetectable in the ASS and NSS groups but apparently increased in the AOO and NOO groups, suggesting that allergic asthma was successfully established in this study.
After all, our study is the first one to investigate the significance of distinct levels of serum sCD200, 25(OH)D, and Hcy in allergic asthma patients.
The study's lead-researcher, Professor Seif Shaheen, said, "We cannot say on the basis of these observations that a high intake of sugar by mothers in pregnancy is definitely causing allergy and allergic asthma in their offspring.
This discovery provides use with a potential new way of treating asthma, by targeting cells that are directly contributing to the development of allergic asthma.
The report reviews key players involved in the therapeutics development for Allergic Asthma and enlists all their major and minor projects
That triggers inflammation--the hallmark of allergic asthma, the researchers report in the Aug.
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Rashid Ahmed Khan expressed his concern over increasing allergic asthma disease in Hyderabad in an interview with reporter on Tuesday.
However, it is the correlation of the patient's allergy tests and clinical symptoms linked to the allergen exposure that helps support the diagnosis of allergic asthma.
With recurrent allergen exposure, pediatric and adult individuals with allergic rhinitis (AR) can develop allergic asthma.
In a multivariate analysis, children of mothers who smoked at least five cigarettes a day tended to have lower odds for suffering from allergic rhino-conjunctivitis, allergic asthma, atopic eczema and food allergy, compared to children of mothers who had never smoked.
Allergic asthma, a condition characterised by airway hyper-responsiveness and bronchial inflammation, affects approximately 25% of the world population.
Published in Volume 53 of Panminerva Medica, a new study found that Pycnogenol French maritime pine bark extract improved control of allergic asthma, reducing night awakenings caused by asthma symptoms by nearly 50%.
She made her comments after the National Institute for Health and Clinical Excellence (Nice) recommended the drug should not be available on the NHS for treating severe, persistent allergic asthma in adults and children.
The finding is the first to document the presence of the protein flagellin in house dust, bolstering the link between allergic asthma and the environment.