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Featured in NEJM Journal Watch: Tiotropium Benefits Some Patients Who Don't Respond to Beta-Agonists — Physician’s First Watch

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December 3, 2013

Featured in NEJM Journal Watch: Tiotropium Benefits Some Patients Who Don't Respond to Beta-Agonists

By the NEJM Journal Watch Editors

In a study among 210 adults with asthma, greater baseline obstruction and bronchodilator response predicted better response to tiotropium than to salmeterol. The findings appear in the Journal of Allergy and Clinical Immunology.

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GERMAN M. GUEVARA F Physician, Geriatrics

Excelente sección

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