BRONCHIAL ASTHMA. WHAT IS IT POSSIBLE TO DO FOR ACHIEVEMENT OF CONTROL OF THIS DISEASE?

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Bronchial asthma is the disease extended around the world, having optimized medical approaches to which maintaining, it is possible to reduce it’s influence on the patient and society. Approaches applied now to a cumulative assessment of asthma burden are unreliable: doctors underestimate real weight of a disease at the patients receiving antiasthmatic therapy, and patients overestimate extent of control of the disease. However, control of bronchial asthma can be reached with treatment according to the modern recommendations. Article is devoted to some aspects of the combined anti-inflammatory therapy of bronchial asthma by various pharmacological means and their combinations.

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O M Kurbacheva

Institute of Immunology

Moscow, Russia

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