Apr 1, 1976

Salmefamol and Salbutamol in exercise-induced asthma in children

British Journal of Diseases of the Chest
E A HillsM Geary


A double-blind controlled study is reported of salmefamol 200 mug and salbutamol 200 mug administered by aerosol before exercise tests in asthmatic children. Both drugs prevented exercise-induced asthma. There was no significant difference between them.

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Asthma, Exercise-Induced
Adrenergic Agonists
Exercise Stress Test
Forced Expiratory Volume Function
Clinical Trials

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