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Attenuation of exercise-induced bronchospasm by ascorbic acid

by Alan Schlesinger

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Published by s.n.] in [New Haven .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Vitamin C,
  • Asthma,
  • Bronchial spasm,
  • Exercise,
  • Metabolism

  • Edition Notes

    StatementAlan Schlesinger
    The Physical Object
    Pagination51, [73] leaves ;
    Number of Pages73
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL26394180M
    OCLC/WorldCa689724844

    Excercise-induced Bronchospasm. Exercise-induced Bronchospasm. You don’t have to sit on the sidelines Run, play, and laugh! For most people, these are part of a healthy, happy life. The national “Let’s Move” program has recognized the need to establish good exercise habits in childhood. Preventing exercise-induced bronchospasm Italian researchers have explored previous research to find the best ways to identify, prevent and treat exercise-induced bronchospasm in children.

    Asthma is a syndrome that may have many causes resulting in airway inflammation and hyperresponsiveness. The search for the causes of asthma has led to the investigation of genetic, atopic, viral, and nutritional factors. For the last 2 decades, a number of studies have linked particular nutrients. peak flow meter application is not known in the detection of EIB in non-asthmatic children and adolescents with weight excess, which justifies the development of this research. Thus, this study had the aim to evaluate and compare the triggering of exercise-induced bronchospasm (EIB) in non-asthmatic.

    Exercise-induced bronchoconstriction (EIB) is an acute narrowing of the airway that occurs as a result of exercise. In winter, cold-weather sports, such as skiing and ice-skating, can provoke EIB. Exercise-Induced Bronchospasm (EIB) Dr. Declan Connolly University of Vermont Chairman of the CSCCa Written Certification Board of Directors Asthma is an affliction of the respiratory system in which the airway passages in the lungs are hyper-sensitive and prone to becoming irritated, a condition known as airway inflammation.


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Attenuation of exercise-induced bronchospasm by ascorbic acid by Alan Schlesinger Download PDF EPUB FB2

The attenuation of exercise-induced bronchospasm by ascorbic acid. Schachter EN, Schlesinger A. In order to study the potential benefit of ascorbic acid in asthma we investigated its role in exercise-induced bronchospasm (EIB). Twelve asthmatic subjects were recruited on.

Introduction. Exercise-induced bronchoconstriction (EIB) describes the acute narrowing of the airways that occurs as a result of vigorous exercise [1–3].The emergence of EIB depends on the kind and level of physical activity, and also on the humidity and temperature of the inhaled air [1–3].Only about 10% of the non-asthmatic general population suffer from EIB, whereas up to 90% of.

The attenuation of exercise-induced bronchospasm by ascorbic acid. Ann Allergy. ; Cohen HA, Neuman I, Nahum H. Blocking effect of vitamin C in exercise-induced asthma. Arch Pediatr Adolesc Med.

; Neuman I, et al. Prevention of exercise-induced asthma by a natural isomer mixture of beta-carotene. Hyperoxic attenuation of exercise induced bronchospasm in asthmatics Article (PDF Available) in Journal of Clinical Investigation 63(1) February with 34 Reads How we measure 'reads'.

Exercise-induced bronchoconstriction can be difficult to diagnose clinically given the lack of specific symptoms and frequent misinterpretation as manifestations of vigorous exercise. There are many mimics that present with similar symptoms, such as vocal cord dysfunction, cardiac arrhythmias, cardiomyopathies, and gastroesophageal reflux.

Exercise-induced bronchospasm (EIB) happens when the airways in your lungs narrow when you exercise. This makes it hard to breathe.

If you have EIB, it may be hard to exercise for more than 30 minutes at a time. EIB also is called exercise-induced bronchoconstriction. It is the same thing as exercise-induced asthma.

Exercise-induced bronchospasm: Also called exercise- induced asthma, this is asthma that is triggered by vigorous physical activity. Exercise-induced asthma tends particularly to affect children and young adults (because of their high level of physical activity) but can occur at any age.

Exercise-induced bronchospasm is initiated by the process of respiratory heat exchange (the fall in airway. Pretreatment with ascorbic acid led to a significant attenuation of the bronchospasm seen five minutes after exercise compared to placebo, as measured by FVC ( +/- L decrease after.

Exercise-induced bronchospasm is an obstruction of transient airflow that usually occurs five to 15 minutes after physical exertion. Although this condition is highly preventable, it is still. Ascorbic acid (vitamin C) is the most extensively investigated antioxidant for effects on asthma and has been shown in numerous case–control and cross-sectional studies to be associated with a reduced risk of asthma.

8 Interventional studies investigating the role of either a single dose or extended antioxidant supplementation on EIB have. Exercise-Induced Asthma (EIA) is a sub-type of asthma where prolonged and vigorous exercise triggers asthma attacks. Like allergies, it affects about 75 percent of.

Exercise-induced bronchospasm is an obstruction of transient airflow that usually occurs five to 15 minutes after physical exertion. Although this condition is highly pre.

d We suggest dietary supplementation with ascorbic acid (weak recommendation, moderate-quality evidence). d An algorithm summarizing diagnosis and treatment of EIB is provided in Figure 1.

INTRODUCTION Exercise-induced bronchoconstriction (EIB) describes acute airway narrowing that occurs as a result of exercise. The exact. Vitamin C may substantially reduce bronchoconstriction caused by exercise according to a meta-analysis.

Exercise-induced bronchoconstriction -- formerly called exercise-induced asthma -. Key words: Exercise-induced bronchoconstriction, exercise-induced bronchospasm, exercise-induced asthma, exercise-induced bronchoconstriction pathogenesis, diagnosis, differential diagnosis and therapy, nonpharmacologic, pharmacologic *Chief Editor.

Workgroup Contributor. §Task Force Reviewer. More information: Serena Caggiano et al, Exercise-Induced Bronchospasm and Allergy, Frontiers in Pediatrics ().DOI: /fped Proper assessment of the vitamin C effect on airways requires measure- ment of alterations in airway tone and airway obstruction, such as occurs af- ter exercise-induced bronchospasm, 10 or in NO 2 -induced airway hyperre- sponsiveness.

11 In asthmatic patients, pretreatment with ascorbic acid has been shown to prevent the significant. Exercise-induced asthma (EIA) is a condition of respiratory difficulty that is related to histamine release, triggered by aerobic exercise, and lasts several minutes (see Pathophysiology).

Causes include medical conditions, environmental factors, and medications (see Etiology). Exercise-induced bronchoconstriction is more likely to occur in: People with asthma.

About 90 percent of people with asthma have exercise-induced bronchoconstriction. However, the condition can occur in people without asthma too.

Elite athletes. Although anyone can experience exercise-induced bronchoconstriction, it's more common in high-level. Anah CO, Jarike LN and Baig HA> High dose ascorbic acid in Nigerian Asthmatics. Trop Geograph Med,3. Schachter EN and Schlesinger A.

The attenuation of exercise-induced bronchospasm by ascorbic acid. Ann Allergy. Exercise-induced bronchoconstriction (EIB) describes the acute narrowing of the airways that occurs as a result of vigorous exercise [1–3].The emergence of EIB depends on the kind and level of physical activity, and also on the humidity and temperature of the inhaled air [1–3].Only about 10% of the non-asthmatic general population suffer from EIB, whereas up to 90% of asthmatics may suffer.

Summary of treatment: Non pharmacologic therapy • Warm-up reduce severity of EIB • Albuterol + warm - up: better result • Questionable in reducing the severity of EIB • Reduction of sodium intake • Fish oil • Ascorbic acid supplementation Practice parameter; Exercise induced bronchocontriction update Reiss TF, Hill JB, Harman E, Zhang J, Tanaka WK, Bronsky E, Guerreiro D, Hendeles L () Increased urinary excretion of LTE4 after exercise and attenuation of exercise-induced bronchospasm by montelukast, a cysteinyl leukotriene receptor antagonist.

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