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Long-term safety and pharmacodynamics of mepolizumab in children with severe asthma with an eosinophilic phenotype.

Objective: We sought to assess the long-term safety, efficacy, and pharmacodynamics of mepolizumab in children aged 6 to 11 years with severe asthma with an eosinophilic phenotype.

Bronchoscopy in severe childhood asthma: Irresponsible or irreplaceable?

For children with severe asthma, guideline‐based management focuses on the escalation of anti‐inflammatory and bronchodilatory medications while addressing comorbid conditions. Bronchoscopy, in this context, has been relegated to...

A potential role of triple therapy for asthma patients.

Areas covered: The pharmacological rationale that explains why it is possible to use triple therapy in asthma and the results of clinical studies that have explored the effects of this therapy in asthmatics is critically examined.

The current state of omics technologies in the clinical management of asthma and allergic diseases.

Objective: To review the state of omics science specific to asthma and allergic diseases and discuss the current and potential applicability of omics in clinical disease prediction, treatment, and management.

A drug safety review of treating eosinophilic asthma with monoclonal antibodies.

Areas covered: All four of the currently approved monoclonal antibodies (biologics) used in the treatment of severe asthma are discussed with reference to the known safety data garnered from clinical trials and real world evidence.

Efficacy of bronchial thermoplasty in patients with severe asthma.

Objective: To investigate the efficacy and safety of bronchial thermoplasty (BT) in clinical practice in adults with severe, refractory asthma.

Novel Insights on Sex-Related Differences in Asthma.

Purpose of Review: Asthma, a common respiratory disease that affects about 10% of the US population, represents a significant public health issue. In the last decade, cumulative evidence has demonstrated sex disparities in asthma...

A review on the pathophysiology of asthma remission.

Asthma is a chronic respiratory condition, which is highly prevalent worldwide. Although no cure is currently available, it is well recognized that some asthma patients can spontaneously enter remission of the disease later in life.

Different endotypes and phenotypes drive the heterogeneity in severe asthma.

The identification of sputum eosinophilia indicating corticosteroid responsiveness in subjects with severe asthma heralded the beginning of phenotyping asthmatic subjects based on airways inflammation.

Targeting NLRP3 Inflammasome Activation in Severe Asthma.

Severe asthma (SA) is a chronic lung disease characterized by recurring symptoms of reversible airflow obstruction, airway hyper-responsiveness (AHR), and inflammation that is resistant to currently employed treatments.

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