volume 27, issue 5, P402-411 2006
DOI: 10.2500/aap.2006.27.2906
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Abstract: There are discrepancies in the results of dose-response studies of inhaled steroids. Although some studies show a dose-response relationship, others show no change in outcome with increasing the dose of inhaled steroids. These discrepancies are partly caused by the heterogeneity of dose-response studies. One area of heterogeneity is the subjects' level of asthma severity at baseline. The objective of this study was to classify dose-response studies of two widely used inhaled steroids for asthma, fluticasone pr…

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