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Research led by University of Leicester paves way for developing new treatments

'The study demonstrated for the first time that a protein called PP5 was significantly upregulated in the lungs of severe asthmatic patients compared to healthy controls. We are extremely excited by this paradigm shift observation.' - Dr Yassine Amrani, University of Leicester

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The international team from the Department of Infection, Immunity and Inflammation, University of Leicester, and the Department of Pharmaceutical Sciences, Jefferson School of Pharmacy, Thomas Jefferson University, discovered the presence of increased amounts of a protein - called PP5 - in the lungs of severe asthma patients.

who gives you asthma treatments at a hospital?

i am interested in looking into this field for a career. I know there is usually someone who walks around the hospital from room to room and gives asthma breathing treatments. i was wondering what the job title of this person is?

thanks


respiratory therapist


Respiratory Therapist.


Maybe a Respiratory Therapist :-)

Are steroids & some inhalers used for asthma treatments dangerous for your health?

Specifically prendisone, symbicort/advair, and even albuterol/xopenex.

Are these dangerous for us?

I use asthma meds almost daily to control my asthma, and I take prendisone for emergencies.

I almost always


for most people if used correctly; no.

the dangers of un or undertreated asthma is a much greater risk to your health.

prednisone is an oral steroid and it can cause problems with organs etc if used long term at high dosages..which


for most people if used correctly; no.

the dangers of un or undertreated asthma is a much greater risk to your health.

prednisone is an oral steroid and it can cause problems with organs etc if used long term at high dosages..which


Steroids are bad no matter what. Read the list of side effects? I find anything that isn't natural medicine to be very dangerous. I always read the side effects, and most times won't take it because of what I read. I always try to find a natural equivalent.