Drugs for the Treatment of Respiratory Diseases
Respiratory diseases affect millions of people each year and represent a major health burden around the world. This timely reference surveys and evaluates the drug treatments available for the main categories of lung diseases including asthma, tuberculosis, chronic obstructive pulmonary disease, lung cancer, and respiratory infections. The recent re-emergence of tuberculosis and the increase in asthma in certain populations underlines the importance of finding effective new treatments for these diseases. This publication, a comprehensive reference, is one of the first to survey current and novel drug treatments for this group of diseases. It is certain to establish itself as an essential source of reference for respiratory physicians, clinicians and clinical pharmacologists.
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Theophylline and selective
Ahmed Z ElHashim 5th Floor Hodgkin Building
Drugs targeting cell signalling
Current treatment of pulmonary vascular
Future treatment of pulmonary vascular
Small cell lung cancer
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Current treatment of cough
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