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В обзоре рассматриваются значение малых дыхательных путей в развитии патологического процесса при бронхиальной астме, влияние дисфункции мелких бронхов на симптомы, частоту обострений и контроль заболевания. Обсуждаются роль малых дыхательных путей как мишени для противовоспалительной терапии, возможности применения мелкодисперсных аэрозолей в лечении астмы. Детально разбираются особенности клинической фармакологии, клинические эффекты и безопасность современного ингаляционного кортикостероида циклесонида.


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Р. С. Фассахов
Институт фундаментальной медицины и биологии Казанского (Приволжского) федерального университета

д.м.н., профессор

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