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  • n. A synthetic choline ester that alters the activity of muscarinic receptors in certain neurons.

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  • n. parasympathomimetic drug (trademark Mecholyl) that stimulates secretions and smooth muscle activity

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  • For the latter endpoint, Abramson and colleagues found that results varied significantly depending on the specific challenge agent used, such as methacholine versus histamine or cold air.

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  • Shenzhen announce are beneficial metetoin an animal metformin sliding scale methacholine chloride occurs.

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  • In the single dose, dose ranging study in adults, and in the single dose methacholine challenge study in adults one and two acutations of albuterol CFC were statistically indistinguishable in terms of effect, whereas significant differences were seen between one and two acutations of albuterol HFA.

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  • Measures of lung capacity increased by about 6 per cent during six months of magnesium supplementation, and improvements were also observed in the bronchial response to methacholine, a chemical that produces constriction of the lungs, according to findings published in the

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  • Furthermore, 20 per cent more methacholine was needed in the magnesium group to produce bronchoconstriction to the same degree as seen in the placebo group.

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  • The specific objective of this investigation was to determine whether bronchopulmonary responsiveness (BPR) to methacholine (MCH) was associated with the body mass index (BMI) of Tunisian women.

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  • Endothelium-dependent relaxation was assessed by generating cumulative concentration response curves to methacholine (MetCh) after stable pre-contraction with 10

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  • The dose of methacholine required to induce a 20% drop in FEV

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  • The French bronchial challenge testing market is dominated by methacholine and more than

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