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RELATION BETWEEN POSITIVE BRONCHODILATOR REVERSIBILITY TESTING AND POSITIVE BRONCHOPROVOCATIVE METHACHOLINE CHALLENGE TESTING IN SUSPECTED ASTHMA PATIENTS


Karamarković, Nataša; Butorac Petanjek Bojana; Ljubičić Anita
RELATION BETWEEN POSITIVE BRONCHODILATOR REVERSIBILITY TESTING AND POSITIVE BRONCHOPROVOCATIVE METHACHOLINE CHALLENGE TESTING IN SUSPECTED ASTHMA PATIENTS // THORAX / Miroslav Samaržija ; Marko Jakopović ; Ljiljana Bulat-Kardum, Nevenka Hodoba, Vera Katalinić-Janković, Walter Klepetko, Bakir Mehić (ur.).
Zagreb, 2015. str. P 18-P 18 (poster, sažetak, stručni)


Naslov
RELATION BETWEEN POSITIVE BRONCHODILATOR REVERSIBILITY TESTING AND POSITIVE BRONCHOPROVOCATIVE METHACHOLINE CHALLENGE TESTING IN SUSPECTED ASTHMA PATIENTS

Autori
Karamarković, Nataša ; Butorac Petanjek Bojana ; Ljubičić Anita

Vrsta, podvrsta i kategorija rada
Sažeci sa skupova, sažetak, stručni

Izvornik
THORAX / Miroslav Samaržija ; Marko Jakopović ; Ljiljana Bulat-Kardum, Nevenka Hodoba, Vera Katalinić-Janković, Walter Klepetko, Bakir Mehić - Zagreb, 2015, P 18-P 18

Skup
5. Kongres hrvatskog torakalnog društva

Mjesto i datum
Zagreb ; Hrvatska, 22.-25.4. 2015.

Vrsta sudjelovanja
Poster

Vrsta recenzije
Neobjavljeni rad

Ključne riječi
Asthma; spirometry; bronchodilatation test; bronchoprovocation test

Sažetak
Objective: The study aims to present the relation between positive bronchodilator reversibi lity testing (BDT) and positive bronchoprovocative methacholine challenge testing (BPT) in 109 patients that were diagnosed under the suspicion of asthma, but with normal basal spirometry, in period between 2012. and 2014. in Outpatient Centre for Respirat ory Diseases in Zagreb. Methods: Spirometry with a bronchodilator test with salbutamol and bronchoprovocative methacholine challenge test were performed in all patients. Results: Out of 109 patients, 36 were male (33 %), the number of smokers was 16 (1 5%). The average value of basal FEV1 expressed as median with range was 102 percent of predicted values (80 - 140). The frequency of positive BPT was diagnosed in 53 out of 109 cases (49 %). The frequency of positive BDT was diagnosed in 23 out of 109 cases (21 %). In 41 cases of positive methacholine challenge tests (77%) BDT were negative and in 12 cases (23%) BDT were positive. Out of 23 positive BDT only in 12 patients (52%) were found positive methacholine challenge tests and in 11 patients (48%) were fo und negative. In 45 cases (41%) with suspected asthma symptoms BPT and BDT were both negative. The frequency of positive BDT and BPT in different age categories didn’t show a significant relationship, although the trend was observed for BDT with higher fre quency in older age groups. Conclusion: Observed differences in BDT and BPT in cases of suspected asthma and its clinical implications indicate the need for further research in a larger number of subjects

Izvorni jezik
Engleski

Znanstvena područja
Kliničke medicinske znanosti



POVEZANOST RADA


Ustanove
Institut za medicinska istraživanja i medicinu rada, Zagreb

Autor s matičnim brojem:
Anita Ljubičić, (306884)