Bronchial Provocation Tests
"Bronchial Provocation Tests" is a descriptor in the National Library of Medicine's controlled vocabulary thesaurus,
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Tests involving inhalation of allergens (nebulized or in dust form), nebulized pharmacologically active solutions (e.g., histamine, methacholine), or control solutions, followed by assessment of respiratory function. These tests are used in the diagnosis of asthma.
|Bronchial Provocation Tests
- Bronchial Provocation Tests
- Antigen Bronchial Provocation Tests
- Inhalation Provocation Tests
- Inhalation Provocation Test
- Provocation Test, Inhalation
- Provocation Tests, Inhalation
- Test, Inhalation Provocation
- Tests, Inhalation Provocation
- Endobronchial Challenge Tests
- Challenge Test, Endobronchial
- Challenge Tests, Endobronchial
- Endobronchial Challenge Test
- Test, Endobronchial Challenge
- Tests, Endobronchial Challenge
- Allergen Challenge, Endobronchial
- Allergen Challenges, Endobronchial
- Challenge, Endobronchial Allergen
- Challenges, Endobronchial Allergen
- Endobronchial Allergen Challenge
- Endobronchial Allergen Challenges
- Bronchial Allergen Challenge
- Allergen Challenge, Bronchial
- Allergen Challenges, Bronchial
- Bronchial Allergen Challenges
- Challenge, Bronchial Allergen
- Challenges, Bronchial Allergen
- Bronchial Challenge Tests
- Bronchial Challenge Test
- Challenge Test, Bronchial
- Challenge Tests, Bronchial
- Test, Bronchial Challenge
- Tests, Bronchial Challenge
- Allergen Bronchial Provocation Tests
- Provocation Tests, Bronchial
- Bronchial Provocation Test
- Provocation Test, Bronchial
- Test, Bronchial Provocation
- Tests, Bronchial Provocation
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Below are the most recent publications written about "Bronchial Provocation Tests" by people in Profiles.
Lohia S, Schlosser RJ, Soler ZM. Impact of intranasal corticosteroids on asthma outcomes in allergic rhinitis: a meta-analysis. Allergy. 2013; 68(5):569-79.
Brehm JM, Celedón JC, Soto-Quiros ME, Avila L, Hunninghake GM, Forno E, Laskey D, Sylvia JS, Hollis BW, Weiss ST, Litonjua AA. Serum vitamin D levels and markers of severity of childhood asthma in Costa Rica. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2009 May 01; 179(9):765-71.
Amrol DJ, Hagaman DD, Sheller JR, Murray JJ. Soluble CD23 and interleukin-1 receptor antagonist in human asthmatics following antigen challenge. J Asthma. 2005 Feb; 42(1):73-6.
Huggins JT, Kaplan A, Martin-Harris B, Sahn SA. Eucalyptus as a specific irritant causing vocal cord dysfunction. Ann Allergy Asthma Immunol. 2004 Sep; 93(3):299-303.
Binks AP, Moosavi SH, Banzett RB, Schwartzstein RM. "Tightness" sensation of asthma does not arise from the work of breathing. Am J Respir Crit Care Med. 2002 Jan 01; 165(1):78-82.
Messina MS, Perry R, Silverberg M, Kaplan AP, Smaldone GC. Quantitative assays of pharmacologic aerosols used in studying asthma. J Allergy Clin Immunol. 1985 Oct; 76(4):605-9.