cromolyn sodium


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cromolyn sodium

[′krō·mə·lin ¦sōd·ē·əm]
(pharmacology)
C23H14Na2O11 An inhaled anti-inflammatory agent that prevents the degranulation of mast cells; effective in preventing bronchoconstriction.
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05% betamethasone dipropionate cream, and oral cromolyn sodium 100 mg qid for our patient, but this failed to significantly improve the macules.
The need for multiple daily doses, the intranasal application and the time needed for effect limit the use of cromolyn sodium.
The mode of action of cromolyn sodium is prophylactic.
Cromolyn sodium in the management of systemic mastocytosis.
Salbutamol inhalation (5 mg/mL) significantly inhibited sRaw in IAR, but inhalations of cromolyn sodium (10 mg/mL) and dexamethasone (5 mg/mL) significantly inhibited sRaw in IAR, LAR and LLAR, respectively.
Cromolyn sodium (Nasalcrom) is a nasal spray that in some people helps to prevent allergic reactions from starting.
Antihistamine-decongestant combinations, and cromolyn sodium nasal solution started 9 weeks before the onset of symptoms, each provide moderate relief, though cromolyn sodium is short acting and has to be taken six times a day, Dr.
Cromolyn sodium, nedocromil sodium and corticosteroids are examples of anti-inflammatory medications currently available to treat asthma.
In contrast to the prior in vitro findings, however, our in vivo studies showed that protective effects were achieved with the mast cell stabilizer cromolyn sodium and the histamine [H.
Use cromolyn sodium nasal spray before engaging in outdoor activities, such as mowing the grass, gardening, or playing golf or soccer.
Cromolyn sodium, a medicine first approved for treating asthma in 1973 and for allergic rhinitis in 1983, has fallen from favor in treating asthma.