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Early phase response asthma and allergy

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Early phase response asthma and allergy

Why might a foreign particle, exercise or fog inhalation precipitate two asthmatic reactions? It is reasonable to suspect that asthmatic patients develop two reactions because healthy subjects may also develop two physiological responses to the same stimuli.

This suggestion is supported by the observation that living things have developed adaptative systems to confront either sudden or persistent changes in the environment or within the internal milieu. The results of several studies suggest that the early phase response (EPR) usually involves cells which are normal residents of the respiratory epithelium (mast cells) and pre-formed substances (histamine whereas cells participating in the late phase reaction (LPR) are recruited from the circulation (eosinophils, basophils. Up to now most of the studies of the EPR and LPR have been addressed to detecting a cell or metabolite abnormality.

This simplistic approach would probably not improve the knowledge of the mechanisms involved in asthmatic responses. Since the presence of isolated or dual responses seems to depend on the intensity and duration of the stimuli it is reasonable to suspect that EPR and LPR are the result of an excessive adaptative response of the bodies of asthmatics to sudden and prolonged/strong.

Allergic inflammation is an important pathophysiological feature of several disabilities or medical conditions including allergic asthma, atopic dermatitis, allergic rhinitis and several ocular allergic diseases. Allergic reactions may generally be divided into two components; the early phase reaction, and the late phase reaction. Defining allergy, allergens and allergic inflammation.

Allergies and allergic asthma, these responses are characterized. It is usually preceded by a clinically evident early-phase reaction and fully resolves in 12 days.

1992 Aug;47(4 Pt 1 331-3. The results of several studies suggest that the early phase response (EPR) usually involves cells which are normal. 12 h after the early-phase reaction to inhalation allergen challenge.

50 of allergic asthmatic patients and in about 30 of the population with exercise. ST woodlands HolgateThe mast cell and its function ohio in allergic disease. Late- phase asthmatic reaction to inhaled allergen is associated with early recruitment.

This is the early phase. Attract an accumulation of inflammatory cells especially.

 

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