- n. Plural form of exacerbation.
“It is characterized by relapses (called exacerbations) which are then followed by a full or partial disappearance of the symptoms or remissions.”
“People with chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD) who also suffer from depression or anxiety are at greater risk for symptom attacks, called exacerbations, than those without these conditions, says a new study.”
“Other possible health benefits of eliminating nighttime snacking include less acid reflux, fewer asthma exacerbations, fewer trips to the bathroom, and better nighttime breath—not a health benefit per se, but your sleeping partner might appreciate it!”
“BZ: We're hopefully preventing health exacerbations or health problems by addressing the sources of it instead of treating the consequences, whether it's housing conditions or inadequate food or all those things.”
“This choreography is particularly intricate when caring for someone with MS, which can have exacerbations and remissions, dramatically affecting the level of independence from day to day.”
“No wonder federal guidelines extol the "established beneficial effects of LABA for the great majority of patients who require more therapy than low-dose ICS alone to control asthma," and call LABAs a "preferred option" that "improves lung function, decreases symptoms and reduces exacerbations!”
“A multi-center, longitudinal follow-up study of patients with cystic fibrosis for monitoring pulmonary function, pulmonary exacerbations, and the safety of long-term treatment with Pulmozyme® (dornase alfa, recombinant) inhalation solution.”
“Evaluation of the efficacy, safety, tolerance, and pharmacokinetics of meropenem for the treatment of acute pulmonary exacerbations in patients with cystic fibrosis.”
“This approach has been shown to reduce the risk of new events or exacerbations of MS by as much as 28-30 percent.”
“Self-reported stressful life events and exacerbations in multiple sclerosis: Prospective study.”
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