PMID: 5667992Sep 7, 1968

Effect of disodium cromoglycate on exercise-induced asthma

British Medical Journal
S E Davies

Abstract

In eight patients with exercise-induced asthma, disodium cromoglycate was found to produce a definite inhibition of the post-exercise fall in forced expiratory volume in one second. This effect may be part of the cause for the subjective improvement experienced with this drug.

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